|[AMRadio] Vintage Field Day|
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Thu Jun 16 08:23:07 EDT 2011
Jerry Barry's (K5AXN) Vintage Field Day was held on June 4th
and 5th, always the first weekend in June.
This was the eleventh year of the event, I've attended all
but the first. This has become quite the social event for us
"Greybeards" here in South Texas.HI
Google K5AXN, and you will find a You-Tube video of the 2009
AM vintage Field Day.
If any one wants to attend next year, please E-mail me,and
I'll have Jerry send an invite with directions. The site is
beautiful, with 100 year old Pecan trees shading lawn-like
grass along the Rio Cibolo, but kinda' hard to find.
Looking forward next year already!
--- On Thu, 6/16/11, Geoff Edmonson <w5omr at att.net> wrote:
> From: Geoff Edmonson <w5omr at att.net>
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Vintage Field Day
> To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Date: Thursday, June 16, 2011, 3:52 AM
> On 06/15/2011 02:23 PM, Bill McCourt
> - WF1L wrote:
> > I've just been reading thru a stack of early 2000's
> Electric Radio Magazines and
> > ran across mention of Vintage Field Day that seemed to
> be run just before the
> > normal Field Day.
> > Is this activity still done and is it on for this
> weekend? It sounds like it
> > was a lot of fun.
> I believe it is this weekend, Bill. I just did a
> quick Google Search
> for Vintage Field Day, and came across a posting by
> Jerry/K5AXN who
> usually goes to his property in Cibolo, TX, sets up a
> Valian, a Viking
> II and various receivers under a canopy of shade from a
> LARGE Pecan
> tree, along the banks of the Cibolo Creek.
> This is something Jerry's been doing for a number of years,
> now. I'm
> afraid Jerry doesn't have much time left to do these types
> of things.
> He and his wife are generous, sweet souls, the type of
> humans we all
> know we -should- be.
> 73 = Best Regards,
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