Norm “Scoots” Hardin – The Final Ride
It was a beautiful day yesterday, no doubt due to a personal request from Norm, as over 50 of us gathered at Thunder Mountain Harley Davidson to ride in honor of Norm to the memorial services. It never ceases to amaze me how much a brotherhood of “bikers” come out not only to support their communities with countless hours of public service but to show final respect one last time in the caliber that only a group of people like this can do. To hear the roar of the bikes is exactly the way Norm would have wanted it and I can’t tell you how proud I was to be a part of it for our former Head Road Captain and board member.
I would love to see all of you who knew “Scoots” leave a comment and share a short personal story on how Norm touched your life as he touched so many. If you have some pictures of the Memorial Ride on Monday and would like to add them to this gallery please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Norm, may you rest in piece my friend and know that someday we will all gather to ride again so until then keep polishing the chrome and save us some parking spaces…