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June 2017


Please keep the family of Jim Waldrep, aka "Outlaw" in your prayers. Outlaw lost a mighty battle with mesothelioma after waging a valiant fight. He was Branch Leader of two Triadics branches, Texas Gulf Coast Trikers & Golden Triangle Trikers. His wife, Gail, aka "NightOwl" worked closely with him as Branch Recorder & plans to learn to ride their trike.  RIP, Outlaw, you will be sorely missed by both your family & your Triadics friends & family.

March 2018

Saddened to hear of the passing of long time friend and brother "Lou" Dial of California. Lou not only knew the meaning of "brotherhood", he lived it. He will be sorely missed around the campfires whenever trikers gather. This is for you brother. We will keep Virginia, your family & friends in our prayers. RIP

April 2017


Please keep the family of Mike Todd, aka "Mr. T" in your prayers. Mike, who lost a long and valiant battle with cancer, was Branch Leader of Arizona Trikers. His wife, Carolyn, aka "Skid" worked closely with him as Branch Recorder.  RIP, Mike, you will be sorely missed by a lot of people.

April 2017


Please keep the family of Mike Todd, aka "Mr. T" in your prayers. Mike, who lost a long and valiant battle with cancer, was Branch Leader of Arizona Trikers. His wife, Carolyn, aka "Skid" worked closely with him as Branch Recorder.  RIP, Mike, you will be sorely missed by a lot of people.

January 2017


Please keep Commodore and his family in your prayers. He lost his wife of 46 years, Sherryl, the last week in December. 



August 2016


Please continue to keep Mike Todd in your prayers as he continues his battle with cancer.  Skidmark is also dealing with major health issues.

August 2016


Please keep several members of Texas Gulf Coast Trikers, in your prayers. Outlaw, Jeff Sears, Captain Morgan and Firstmate, Cobragun and Diana Moll, Paparon and Bayne "Dynamite" Banks are all dealing with life-threatening health issues. Outlaw is currently undergoing chemo.

June 2016


Please continue to pray for Oulaw. The mass in his right lung has returned and he has been diagnosed with stage 4 mesothelioma. He will be undergoing chemo and possibly another surgery.

Please keep Jim "Outlaw" Waldrep, Branch Leader of two branches in Texas, in your prayers. He had a complicated emergency surgery on a lung that had collapsed, then spent 8 more days in the hospital. He is at home recovering, but that will require a good amount of time. He sincerely appreciates all the thoughts and prayers from family and triends and is looking forward to planning a meet and greet with his Triadics family. 

August 2015


Please keep Jeff Sears, a member of Texas Gulf Coast Trikers, in your prayers. He has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. He sustained a very traumatic brain injury at the age of five and the doctors feel it could be a result of that. They are going to keep a close watch on it for the next six months and are cautiously optimistic that it might not grow or cause any additional problems. Please keep him in your prayers.

July 2015


Please  keep  the family of  Floyd  (Flash)  Flud  in your prayers at this time.

"On June 24th, Floyd (Flash) Flud passed on.  I've been requested to publish an online tribute by family, celebrating his life.  If any Triker, Biker, Friends would want their picture posted online, email me at with SUBJECT LINE of "TRIBUTE". I know he was a friend to many. Thanks, SonnyS"

June 2015


Bob Arbige (aka Sledhead), of Iowa, has passed away. Sled was a long time triker and a friend to many. Here is a link to his obituary: RIP Sled, you left many of us with some really fond memories and you will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife Mary.

June 2015


Please keep Captain Morgan in your prayers as he is going through more issues with his heart and suffered both a heart attack and stroke in the hospital. He has had episodes of low heart rate and blood pressure, also.

May 2015


Our fellow triker brother, Mike Hess "Graybeard" of the Superstition chapter in Arizona passed away May 28 at 5:30 pm.  He fought tough and long with lung cancer. Please keep his family in your prayers. Rest in peace, Graybeard.

May 2015


Please keep Mike and Carolyn Todd in your prayers. The doctors found a spot on Mike's lungs and they discovered that his problem was two 90% blockages that required two stents. He remained in the hospital a few days before being sent home to recover.

May 2015


Please keep John and his family in your prayers. A fire destroyed both of his trikes and his garage and also did damage to his home.

April 2015


Please say a prayer for Lefty. He is having serious medical issues and needs prayers.

March 2015


Please keep Jackie Irvin and all the family and friends of Marvin Irvin of Forsyth, Missouri in your prayers. Marvin was a member of our Triadics family and belonged to the Ozarks Branch in Branson when he passed away on March 1. May you rest in peace, Marvin, and ride with the Angels. 

February 2015


I was diagnosed with malignant basal cell carcinoma on my face on February 15 and had it removed two days later. The dermatologist/plastic surgeon gave me a 99.99% chance of total freedom from cancer afterward. He has done over 40,000 of these procedures and has never had a patient whose cancer returned. I met him in my daughter's med spa and he immediately told me I needed to have a biopsy done on a spot on my face. He messaged someone, even though it was after hours, and told me to call the next day and make an appointment. He said to tell them it was an emergency, since it normally takes three months to get an appointment with him. The biopsy was malignant and he gave me the option of chemo and radiation or surgery, which will require reconstrucive surgery at a later date. I believe it was divine intervention that put me in the right place at the right time, to meet the right medical professional, get diagnosed and cured within days. Please keep me in your prayers as I go through whatever additional surgery is necessary.


My healing was uneventful and went well. After four laser treatments and injections to reduce the scarring, the dermatologist feels nothing further will be needed after a few more treatments. Two more malignancies were found on my leg and face. They were also removed, but I have complete confidence in the medical team taking care of me.  I urge everyone to have a doctor check any unusual changes on their skin. It could save your life.                                

January 2015


Please keep Diana Moll in your prayers. She suffered a major heart attack that required a stent to save her life. Diana is a member of the Texas Gulf Coast Trikers Branch.

February 2015 - UPDATE

Diana has recovered and is doing well. She is riding their new CanAm with her husband, George, and says she feels better than she has in years. Prayers work!!!

The Twins


In a mother’s womb were two babies. One asked the other, “Do you believe in life after delivery?” The other replied, “Why, of course. There has to be something after delivery. Maybe we are here to prepare ourselves for what we will be later.”

“Nonsense!” said the first. “There is no life after delivery. What kind of life would that be?”

The second said, “I don’t know, but there will be more light than here. Maybe we will walk with our legs and eat from our mouths. Maybe we will have other senses that we can’t understand now.”

The first replied, “That is absurd. Walking is impossible. And eating with our mouths? Ridiculous! The umbilical cord supplies nutrition and everything we need, but the umbilical cord is so short that life after delivery is to be logically excluded,”

The second insisted, “Well I think there is something and maybe it’s different than it is here. Maybe we won’t need this physical cord anymore.”

The first reponded, “That is ridiculous. And moreover, if there is life, then why has no one ever come back from there? Delivery is the end of life and in the after-delivery, there is nothing but darkness and silence and oblivion. It takes us nowhere.”

“Well, I don’t know,” said the second, “but certainly we will meet Mother and she will explain everything we do not know and will take care of us.”

The first replied “Mother? You actually believe in Mother? That’s laughable. If Mother exists, then where is She now?”

The second said, “She is all around us. We are surrounded by Her. We are of Her. It is in Her that we live. Without Her this world would not and could not exist.”

Said the first, “Well I don’t see Her, so it is only logical that She doesn’t exist.”

To which the second replied, “Sometimes, when you have silence and you focus and you really listen, you can perceive Her presence and you can hear Her loving voice, calling down from above."

A bear was walking across Rainbow Bridge (Old Hwy 40 at Donner Summit, Truckee) on Saturday, when two cars that were also crossing the bridge scared the bear into jumping over the edge of the bridge. Somehow, the bear caught the ledge and was able to pull itself to safety. Authorities decided that nothing could be done to help on a Saturday night, so they returned Sunday morning to find the bear sound asleep on the ledge. After securing a net under him, the bear was tranquilized, fell into the net, was lowered to safety, then woke up and walked out of the net. There is a moral to this story. This old bear made a wrong move and found himself hanging by his nails. Somehow, he was able to pull himself up onto the ledge where he saw he was in an impossible situation and what did he do?  He took a nap and God took care of the situation while he was asleep. The moral of the story is that when confronted with a bad situation, sometimes the best solution is to take a nap and let God take care of the rest. 



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The Bear, the Bridge and God

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