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Robert: I may not have gotten this right, but... anyway, good to contact you today on 10m today. We have an 11m group here in Napa Valley called The TransWorld Sidebanders, and we try to encourage them to move up to an Amateur License. When they do that they become very excited about the world that is opening up to them. Although I'm a dedicated ragchewer newbies have to find their own nitches, and 10-10ing is appealing to some of them. Whenever I find something on 10m or the VHF and UHF bands I think might interest them I try to add it to the packet we give to new members of The TransWorld Sidebanders. Although they may not understand everything they are being introduced to immediately, as time passes and they learn more about radio these are people with a great deal of interest in the subject. Right now we are busy preparing them for cycle 23, beams...and Russians. It'll be quite an experience, and we expect radio fever to catch fire as the cycle moves in upon us. 73s for now, Robert and we may be sending a few

"Jack" KB6RYC 31 X-Ray 327

P.S. Our net is on Tuesday nights, 8:00 pm PST ch 35LSB... It's better than you might think.

Rev: KA5VVD - Thu Oct 22 21:01:13 1998 EUC: KA5VVD G7EDOIDD/VEYG-40690-3 PaperTi634@aol.com

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