N1YLN would like to thank
the following hams who've helped him on his journey to "Hamdom"
Wayne, In 1978 or so I saw you working outside your house
house and I stopped and asked you about your ham station. You took
the time to show 18 year old your radios and antennas. It was my first
tase of the hobby I love so much.
Dave, Thanks for all your help and encouragement but most of all
for your patience with me as I was trying to get the code down enough
to get to a test session. Thank you also for the guidance assembling
the dipole and the help to put it up.. Oh yea, how can I forget the
code practice occilator. I thought you had a lot of nerve giving me a
pile of parts, a pc board and a schematic. You had faith in me that
I could build it when I didn't.
Ed, I was very surprised the day you started working with me at Heise,
A marker plate on the truck spelling out K1JNH. I think it was the
very next day that I went out and bought the "Now You're Talking" book
Thanks for jumpstarting me into a hobby I started so many years ago!
Albie, I am sure glad we met when you lived in Southbury. It was a pleasure
to spend the hours studyind code together and our CW contacts on 10m
while we backed it up on 2m simplex.. I'm happy we made our Tech. Plus and
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