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Monthly Archives: October 2015
On day 3 of our Moab trip, while my wife and several of her friends created art along the Colorado River at the Lower Onion Springs Campground (approximately mile marker 21 along Utah Hwy 128, about a mile past Onion … Continue reading
Day 2 of the Moab trip saw the painters go off to Arches National Park, which doesn’t permit ATVs or side-by-sides. (See here for Day 1) So, Todd Vandyke, husband of one of the painters, joined me for a Polaris … Continue reading
If you like the desert and lots of red rock, Moab, Utah, is the place to be! My wife had an art confab in Moab on 12 Oct 2015 through 15 Oct 2015, so I tagged along and brought our … Continue reading
My new Yaesu FTdx3000 HF transceiver went into service on 25 Aug 2015. I’ve been looking at this radio for a couple years—it sure looks inviting. It’s billed as a mid-range rig, but to me it seems a bit more … Continue reading
I answer three questions sent in by viewers. Peter Greene, KG7VXX, asks about radials for vertical antenna systems. Dick Jubinville, W1REJ, asks about how remote coax switches can work without a control cable. And Bill Smith, N5XVT, asks about finding … Continue reading
KG7KCH, Pete, asks how amateur callsigns are assigned. This video provides the answers!