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Bob Bruno - K2KI
k2ki at starc.org
Wed Mar 5 12:38:27 EST 2008
Yes, it's been a long time. Was wondering how you were doing.
I have been a member of this group for quite some time but was in
I just got my hands on a DX-100 that I plan to put on the air. At
present, I have no working AM gear.
I also got hold of a Hallicrafters SX-42 with matching spkr. It's not
pretty but does play. Been looking for other BA's to help keep my coffee
& shack warm. In collecting mode Know of anything offhand? :-)
Glad the 75A-2 helped some ppl out. I almost hated giving it up but
C'est la vie.
Bob de k2ki
Todd, KA1KAQ wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 10:05 AM, Bob Bruno - K2KI <k2ki at comcast.net> wrote:
>> What's the old saying?
>> 73, cul...
>> Bob de k2ki
> Hey Bob!
> Welcome to the group, saw your call listed here recently. It's been a
> few years since we talked, hope all is well with you. Haven't seen Ron
> or any of the guys from up your way in a couple years, other than
> Earl. Saw him at a NEAR-Fest, IIRC.
> You'll be happy to know that the 75A-2 project I picked up from you
> some years back has helped others as a donor, including a member of
> this list.
> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ (soon moving to 4 Land) (o:
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