Reported by Sergeant Barry Wynn
Annual 1D H.O.D. Rattlesnake Run 2019:
Rattlesnake Saloon 1292 Mt. Mills Rd. Tuscumbia, Al. 35674
Days/Dates of Rides as Follows:
Capt Pat McMurray will lead Ride Thursday from Natchez Trace Harley Davidson 595 US-72 Tuscumbia, Al.
35674. KSU @ 12:00 noon. Destination
Coon Dog Cemetery, Hendrix Wall.
KSU @ 12:00 noon Leaving Natchez Trace
Stops are Battle of Barton, Battle of Little Bear Creek, Oakwood Cemetery Emmeran Bliemel's grave Site.
Emmeran Bliemel was awarded the Confederate Metal of Honor on 3/12/1983 by the SCV.
Other stops: Hoods Breastworks, Florence Cemetery.
Final Stop: Shoney's Restaurant for their Seafood Buffet or if you prefer, order off Menu.
We will Reserve the Meeting Room. Buffett
$15.00 per person and starts at 6:00 p.m.
KSU @ 8:00 a.m. we will Ride through Bankhead National Forest to the "Free State of Winston" Mega Flag, then stop
at Lakeshore on Smith Lake for lunch, Other stops Houston Jail, Crooked Creek Civil War Museum.
Then back to Rattlesnake Saloon for the
Cookout. Music, Food and Cold Beverages.
Looking Forward to seeing all. SAFE TRAVELS!
Thank you for your patience!
GOD BLESS DIXIE AND WHO DEFEND HER!
Alabama North Central Platoon
The Mechanized Cavalry represented well at the Confederate Memorial Celebration at Stone Mountain Georgia April 6th 2019.
One Hundred Thirty plus bikes rolled in to kick off Confederate History month at the Worlds biggest Confederate Memorial!
1D Alabama and 1J Arkansas Troopers met at Wicks Tavern in Georgia on the way to Stone Mountain Georgia for the Confederate
Memorial celebration. Lt to Rt are Matthew Duste Craig, James Lanford, Breezy Russell, and Corporal Mike Jackal Lanford
Great picture of Southern Platoon Trooper Tim Led Sled Beitler at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia with the "Lion of the South".
Three Mechanized Cavalry Companies gathered together at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia on the way to Stone Mountain.
1D Alabama, 1J Arkansas, 1G Mississippi pose in front of the "Lion of the South ". Memorial to the fallen defenders of Atlanta.
Everyone please keep 1D Alabama Captain Pat McMurray in your thoughts and prayers as he is scheduled for heart surgery
the first of May.He will miss the Alabama Heart of Dixie Run but we will carry him with us in our hearts.
We will miss our Captain but know this is neccessary so we will have him for many more in the future.
1D Alabama Trooper Charlie Gramps Quarles getting ready to saddle up the Iron Horse on the way to Stone Mountain Georgia.
Lt to Rt 1D Southern Platoon Troopers Corporal Chris Sealy,Sergeant Isaac Brownlow, and Corporal
Tim Led Sled Beitler with National SCV Commander Paul Grambling at Stone Mountain.
Lt to Rt Sergeant Barry Wynn,Captain Pat McMurray, 3B Mark Watts,James Russo,1G Captain Kevin Nelms
and Sergeant Ray Wildman Wilson before heading out to Stone Mountain Georgia.
Sergeant Ray Wildman Wilson and Captain Pat McMurray visited our Brother Stan Hippy Hosmer at Lakeshore Medical
center during his recent stay.Please keep Hippy in your thoughts and prayers as he continues to recover.
Alabama represented well at the Stone Mountain Georgia Confederate Memorial celebration with several
pieces of artillery. Several of the cannoneers are also Mechanized Cavalry
1D First Sergeant Johnny Hamby of North West Platoon doing some work at the Hwy 278
Confederate Mega Flag site in Double Springs Alabama
The Northeast Alabama Brigade celebrated Confederate Flag Day in Guntersville,Alabama.Several camps were on hand
with brochures,handouts and free hot dogs.All photos by Dale Crawford.Shown in this pic are SCV Alabama
Commander Carl Jones Ctr,Robert Weasel Kemp Lt and Northeast Platoon Lieutenant Bear Butler Rt.
Lt to Rt Captain Pat McMurray, Sergeant Barry Wynn, Corporal Charlie Quarles,and James Lanford.
One of our many stops trying to make it to Stone Mountain Georgia.