GL on your end of the trip Tom.

With any luck, I'll have an antenna operational at the new QTH by then!
That is, once I find where the coax was buried (in amongst the boxes, that
is), get a desk cleared off, unbury the rig...

...hey, at least Verizon was here today to get my Internet connection back
up & running.  Now, you could say the techs were lazy... instead of running
an Ethernet line from the basement demark to the computer, they "gave" me a
wireless USB adapter for the computer.  OK, so it's Part 15 802.11b, but RF
is RF, right?  <g>

73, ron w3wn

-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf
Of Tom Anderson
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 5:58 PM
To: Russell Kellam Jr
Cc: dx-chat@njdxa.org
Subject: Re: [DX-CHAT] 4O3T


Russell:

I'm scheduled to be one of the 4O3T ops the last week of operation.
 4O3T with a Texas accent hi hi.  I'll try to listen well up in the
general class band when I operate. Just listen for 4O3T with a Texus
twang.  Ghee haw!!!!!

73 de Tom, WW5L



Russell Kellam Jr wrote:

> Nice of the 4O3T guys to stay outside thge General Class portion of
> the bands on 40 & 20 meters. Luckily I got them on 17 meters very
> easily. 73 Russ W4UBC
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