Monthly Archives: April 2016

More Jackite Pole Hacks

Here are a few more things I have learned, based on my experience using Jackite telescopic poles.  Although some of this might be fairly obvious stuff, hopefully, this will be helpful to some. Dealing with Stuck Sections About four months … Continue reading

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Portable for a Good Cause

The QRP to the Field (QTTF) contest is one that I look forward to every year.  This year, however, it coincided with a long-standing commitment to take part in a public service event. For many years, I’ve been coordinating my … Continue reading

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Three Birds, One Stone

I was on a mission today and there were three things I wanted to accomplish.  With one trip to a local park, I was able to check them all off of my list. First, I submitted a write-up on my … Continue reading

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Good Week for SKCC Activity

Life-in-general made this a somewhat slow ham radio week for me.  It did, however, get off to a great start for my Straight Key Century Club (SKCC) activities. Having reached the Centurion level (100 SKCC member QSOs) back in mid-March, … Continue reading

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