locked Re: Anyone Going to/Coming back from Kansas
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Real good to hear, from all of you, it has been about fourteen years since I have been on the air.
Buried both parents and all children are doing very well with their lives and families.
Looking to rebuild my Ham Shack, as someone kind of borrowed my equipment on a permanent bases.
So, slow but sure, I am, going forward with rebuilding my station.
Sad, there is nothing local. :-(
Guess, I will have to do some research, and a lot of driving.
There used to be a Saturday morning get-together around breakfast time early AM.
Does anyone know, if this is still happening?
Know, that I and Greg, are currently talking, and that I sincerely, appreciate each and every one of your responses.
Old call, sure most of you, have figured it out already, was N5WSW and now W5JX.
My late father's old callsign.
73 to all.
A Student of Life & Life Long Learner
Donald Lee Jones
122 Saratoga Dr.
San Antonio, Texas 78213-3543
Cell Telephone (210) 374-1776
n5wsw@... or dj1072@...
On Friday, August 24, 2018, 2:02:27 PM CDT, 'Gary H. Harmon, Jr.' gharmon@... [W5SC] wrote:
I believe Greg Lewis is a resident expert on the things you ask. His email is gclewis@... and his FaceBook account is The HAMsters.
Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio and ATARI Archaeologist
San Antonio, TX 78239-1504
"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"
"Real radios glow in the dark"
"Too many projects, not enough time"
From: W5SC@... [mailto:W5SC@...]
Dear Don W5JX,
The closest store is HRO in the Dallas area. Main Trading Company is probably next closest in Paris, TX.
D-Star does exist in San Antonio. The website repeaterbook.com shows at least one VHF and 4 UHF repeaters in San Antonio. The VHF one is run by Alamo Area Repeater Organization (AARO) whose call sign is aa5ro.
I hope this helps.
Harold C. Fleischer, III
Off topic a little.