When you look past the small stuff that seems big at the time some good can happen.. that's the case here. I just walked back on the Born-Free grounds after moving 5 baggers( with the neck locks locked) that blocked in a women's car who needed to pick up her kids. It was parked in the very far corner of the vast dirt lot behind the show. I was dizzy, thirsty, suffering from a slight hernia, heat and mental exhaustion and wishing I could hide when I met Kerry. He was all smiles and was thanking me for putting on a show that he could ride his old Panhead too. We talked a bit and it really was some much needed therapy. Grant and myself have said it so many times and we need to keep in fresh in our minds in times of adversity ...It's the people on their old motorcycles that make the show and make it worth doing...Kerry is a perfect example of that. Thank you Kerry and I will look you up on our Tahoe trip. Here are some pics of Kerry's Pan throughout the years.