Monthly Archives: May 2022

Tree felling, wood splitting and stacking, aka: hard work.

A large amount of respect should be placed on our ancestors. Those folks worked hard. Hard! We recently had ten trees removed from our property. Two months ago the trees were cut and sliced into roughly 16 inch logs to … Continue reading

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Why Do We Check Into Nets?

I talked to a fellow ham a long while back about ham radio nets. This fellow ham is active with ham radio and a contributor to the hobby. He contributes a lot; money, time, time away from family, etc. So, … Continue reading

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C.I.R.C.L.E. Amateur Radio Club Launch

I just found out about the C.I.R.C.L.E. Amateur Radio Club and more importantly, Connie Ballantyne. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the privilege of becoming acquainted with Connie. I wish that I did like so many other amateur radio operators have. All … Continue reading

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I bought an ID-5100

I am so pleased with this radio! For anyone who has an ID-51 or ID-31, programming the radio is a breeze. I downloaded the latest repeater list from the Kentucky D-Star Facebook page and imported the file into the Icom … Continue reading

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