w5jo at brightok.net
Thu Apr 19 14:32:54 EDT 2007
Must be Craig. Reminds me of a guy from Amarillo, TX who
attended hamfests all over the Southwest. He drove a Ranger
pickup towing a 20 ft. sailboat. When he arrived he would
put up the mast which served as a 80 meter vertical.
He worked at Pantex and he would never let me see his rig.
I always wondered if it was made of castaway bomb parts.
The boat did make a good sleeping arrangement though. Have
you ever seen a Suburban with the tri coil Hustler antenna
set up? My wife says it looks like an elephant with a three
> Gotta ask, yes I'm stirring the pot, no harm intended.
> The flags, is this a southern thing?
> now looking for my nomex,
> On 4/19/07, ars.w5omr <ars.w5omr at gmail.com> wrote:
>>Kind of makes one believe they own
>> > that frequency and since they purchased a flag, they
>> > aren't gonna move
>> > even with dynamite.
>> don't forget the 3.885 AM NOS QCWA Chapter that you and I
>> are both
>> members of, Jim.
>> > What is the answer, what is the answer?
>> Act like the adults we are.
> Yes, but I couldn't help spitting out my coffee when Jim
> mentioned the
> When they bring a flag with the frequency on it, you know
> they mean it....
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