From Kat, Women in the Wind Rocky Mountain Chapter President:
At this time of year, many of us are suffering from major PMS – parked motorcycle syndrome. We are making plans for another riding season while fondly recalling the adventures of the past season.
Looking back at 2022, I was fortunate to attend the WITW Summer International Conference along with several of our chapter members. In addition to the conference, highlights of the road trip included a visit to the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa. Definitely a must see! This great collection includes a tribute to Women in the Wind and houses Becky Brown’s purple Harley Davidson Sporty. [Becky is the original founder of Women in the Wind.]
Other personal highlights included exploring the incredible collections at Pioneer Village in Kearney, Nebraska, and visiting the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin, along with great scenery as we traversed lots of back roads. What a great trip!
A shout out to one of our Rocky Mountain Chapter members who has served our chapter as secretary, and is currently our treasurer. In September 2022 Sara was honored for her exemplary service in the US Navy at the Veterans Memorial Walkway at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Angel Fire, New Mexico. The Memorial honors members of America’s armed forces and the bricks that line the Walkway commemorate all United States veterans. Each brick holds a story.
On a day in which almost 500 veterans were remembered and honored for their service, Sara was presented her brick as friends and family watched it placed in the Memorial Walkway. With appreciation to Sara, and all those involved in our chapter, and to our Veterans. Thank you for your service!