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Ham Radio Blogs

20 Jan

It took me a while to discover the blog-o-sphere. Even longer to locate interesting people that had good stuff to read. I am taken by The Brass Pounder’s  Cafe because it meshes Japanese family life and culture with a sense of adventure in radio. Thank you “Leo”. I recently came across “The Ancient Mariner” which is written with the broadest brush of life experiences I have come across in a very long time. It is eclectic, radio oriented and and couples a strong sense of literature, life experience and a celebration of friendship. Thanks John. Then there is the blog by JA1NUT. The only blog I take the time to use the google translator to mangle. And it does a fine job too! However, there is enough left of the sensitive writing after translation that one can only hope to someday be able to gain the ability to read it in the native tongue. All of these blogs have one thing in common-they have a rich life outside of radio, are universally appreciative of the art of CW and seem to use Amateur Radio as a platform for learning and to broaden their knowledge base of life experiences.

Thank you one and all!

Thanks for reading my blog. Best, Chas W7MAP/5

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1 Comment

Posted by on January 20, 2009 in Radio

 

One response to “Ham Radio Blogs

  1. Leo

    January 21, 2009 at 1:38 am

    Hello Chuck,

    I’m honored to be on your list.
    Thank you for your patience to read my poor English.
    I would like to ask Shin, JA1NUT if he’s going to write his blog in English because he is very good at writing in this language.

    FB-DX
    73’s
    de JJ8KGZ, Leo

     

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