- The Home Shack: 2 more walls to frame, then the framing is done!
- Secret Project: A small amount of progress involving paint and sandpaper has been made (paint? sand-paper? what kind of radio project is he up to?!)
First, a couple project updates:
Now, on to the actual topic of this post! If you've been following along, you might remember my Winter Field Day post, where I talked about my setup, and what I did. Because I had a little one that was only 2 weeks old at that point, I was in and out quite a bit, so I didn't get to operate for a large portion of the 24 hour period, but that's okay, because it was still a blast! Anyway, every so often I checked the website to see if the results were posted, and when I checked today, they were up! (To be fair, I haven't checked for a while so they may have been posted a month or two ago.) Anyway, I consider it a success, because I didn't get last place! Check out the Winter Field Day Results page and see if you can find my call sign...just a hint, I was in the 1O (1 operator, Outdoors) category.
This is N3VEM, throwing the big switch.
- N3VEM -
Welcome to my Ham Radio Blog! This blog was started primarily to share my two concurrent shack builds - my mobile station and my home station. Over time, this has grown to include sharing about my operations, and general radio-related thoughts that I have as a newer operator.
Proving that hams do indeed still build stuff!
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