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Post by W8EEO » Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:06 am

My name is zeke and I have pounded brass for more than a half of a century. I get that special thrill each time I operate my gear and make contacts. I work mostly cw. However, I use ssb and other modes to stay in touch with my friends who don't use code.
After I have had an opportunity to observe the forum for a while I will make more posts about my gear etc. Thank you for being here and permitting me to join the group.
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Post by NT9K » Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:09 am

Hi Zeke, welcome to the SKCC. Nice to meet you and I hope we can have a QSO some day.
73, Bill - NT9K
SKCC #1926c69t9was8hofdxq2dxc1

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Post by N6EV » Sat Jan 30, 2010 8:38 am

Welcome aboard Zeke. I haven't hit the half century mark (even in age) yet, but I passed the quarter century mark of brass pounding a few years ago. I look forward to a QSO some time, and many stimulating conversations with you here on the forum.
Paul N6EV
SKCC 3358T / FISTS 1407 / NAQCC 2247 / CWOps 380
Code Elmer

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I am new to this forum too Zeke.

Post by W7RIP » Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:05 am

I do not see a lot of hams using this forum at the moment which is puzzling when I think of all the SKCCs that were pounding brass during the last sprint. At any rate, don't be a stranger Zeke. See you on the bands.
73s Rip
Roger Rippy
Bozeman, Montana

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Post by k8jd » Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:30 am

My 50th anniversary in ham radio comes in August of this year.
Radio toys sure have changed from the one tube transmitter and 6 tube reciever I started with !
73 from K8JD, SKCC 1395, Centurion 18, Tribune 12, Band Endorsements; 160, 80, 60, 40, 30M, 20, 17, and 10M

Ham radio is real Radio, CW is real Hamming!

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