Oklahoma Biker - The Riders Ragazine Vol 14 Issue 3 - Page 4

1974 35 ft CHRIS CRAFT CATALINA CABIN CRUISER FOR SALE TALKIN’ TRASH with the Janitor & Cheryl About two years ago my mother’s health began to fail. After the third trip to the emergency room, and subsequent lengthy hospital stays, mom came to live with Cheryl and me. My Brother, The Chris Craft 350 Catalina is one of Doug, moved his travel trailer onto our the most popular double-cabin cruis- lot next door in order to help us take ers ever produced. Boat is located on care of mom. When she was released Skiatook Lake at CrossTimbers Marina. from the hospital she was placed on Twin 350 motors with low hours. Runs hospice and we were told “she has two great. Needs a few cosmetic repairs — weeks to two months to live.” For the just too busy to finish this beautiful boat. next eighteen months our home was Would like to see it go to a family that blessed with my mother’s presence. will use it and enjoy it. For information One week ago, today (as I write this) call: my mom went home to be with Jesus. Darrell I never imagined our last Echoes page 918.553.6642 or 918.260.7195 would honor my own mother. [email protected] During the time mom lived with us we were unable to attend motorcycle events, or for that matter, to even ride for any length of time. As time pro- gressed, we were unable to produce relevant content for Oklahoma Biker, so the Rag grew smaller in page count, and my interests went in other direc- tions. In my opinion, Oklahoma Biker became stale and not very interesting. Today is a new day. It is time to hand Oklahoma Biker to the next generation of bikers. Jayden Ice is a 27-year-old oklahoma biker the riders ragazine 4