W8EDU is on the air for single-sideband ARRL Sweepstakes. If the QSO rate isn’t enormous, the laughter and comaraderie are. The ten-or-so operators have logged about 110 contacts by now (pushing 1:00 AM).
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To alumni who’d like to check in with us: If you’re on tonight, go for 146.52 FM or 7.180 LSB. Case hams will be listening. 73!
Just put 94 of these into the mail to all the alumni we could find in our old logbooks. If you’re here because you received one, please get in touch. If you didn’t receive one and would like to, please get in touch also: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting new ham friends after a talk by ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher at the Mercer County ham club, W3LIF, here in Sharon PA. Our roster for the evening’s pilgrimage: David AD8Y, Colin AC8SQ, Paula KD9GYF, and myself.
We’re putting a library in the new lab, and just got our first volume: a 1922 edition of The Radio Boys’ First Wireless. This series is of a kind with Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys and other syndicated children’s literature – except that it’s all about hams. We’ll be adding more technical books soon, but this was a fun place to start.