EX- WNOKBO, WB6CNM, WAOOHD
If you ever want to try your hand at Echolink, you may want to give "our coffee shop" a try.
Its a fun place with hams from all over the world.
At 1300 UTC M-F, there are structured groups with nice topics that are very informative.
http://www.our-coffee-shop.webs.com/ Check in any time to say hello.
First licensed at 13 yrs old. in DeKalb, MO. (10 miles south of St. Joseph, MO.)
I Joined the USAF in 1967, was stationed at March AFB in Riverside, CA. where I now live along with my xyl Rosie of 47 yrs. (and Pepe D. Poodle and Shorty, D MinPin).
I retired after 38 years from USAF Civil Service as Chief of Maintenance for base Facilities.
I also learned to fly single engine airplanes and still keep current with my Instrument rating.
I also fly Electric R/C airplanes and enjoy target/skeet shooting along with many other great hobbies like fishing, camping and 4 wheeling. Home brewing beer is fun also.
Im a Master Mason, Scottish Rite and a Shriner for over 30 years.
We also have a 2nd QTH in Arkansas and spend a lot of time there fishing and enjoying the most
beautiful countryside. (minus the ticks and chiggers).
My Arkansas station is a modest Kenwood Ts-570D to an Off Center Fed Dipole at 50' in the pines. Plus a highly modified Heath SB-220 Amp when needed.
My California station is a Yaesu FT-990 and a kenwood TL-922 Amp.
Various other Qrp rigs and homebrew.
I also have a Nice Collection of Keys including both uncles Vibroplex paddles from 70+ years ago.
Life has been very good to us. We have a great family and great friends.
We are very Blessed and now its time to relax and enjoy retirement..
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