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Started out as WD6EFY in the early 70's when living in S.Cal. That was the result of getting sick and tired of the CB craze that was in existance back then. became a member of a club that consisted of hams who were pilots and participated in SAR activities. Also recreational activities that included flying in groups to island and desert locations for hamming and camping.

Moved back to eastern Massachusetts. in late 70's and became WB1HAP. Upgraded to General. Was active member of MMRA for many years and was heard mostly on 146.82 (Weston) and 146.67 (Quincy). Was a partner for a short while in the 222 Club, 224.24 (Natick).

While in Mass. I was an on-call EMT, and Special Police Officer for the town of Medfield. I was an active pilot, belonged to CAP, participated in the "Run of the Charles," and the "Boston Marathon" events. Also, I became an active member of the U.S. Power Squadron and participated in many boating events. One boating event was the Bicentenial visit to Marblehead Harbor by the U.S.S. Constitution.

Now live in Maine, and enjoy all bands, and scanner monitoring.


Still live in Maine, more or less retired.  Getting back into Ham Radio again.  Purchased a SharkRF OpenSpot and am now able to communicate in the digital world of DSTAR, Fusion, and DMR.   I am looking for a network home/talkgroup to hang out on.   So I will be experimenting.   This is what keeps Ham Radio going.   Something new all the time.   

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