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Who is this K9WG guy and why is he here?

hawgdawg

Well-known member
Welcome aboard sir ,, enjoy the hobby.
Don't have much of a clue what most of yall are talking about,,, but I had a dog named Spot a few years back .
 

K9WG - Rich

New member
Welcome aboard sir ,, enjoy the hobby.
Don't have much of a clue what most of yall are talking about,,, but I had a dog named Spot a few years back .
Us ham radio operators are as passionate about our hobby as people with metal detectors.

Oh, and I had a dog names Sue... :D
 

hawgdawg

Well-known member
Us ham radio operators are as passionate about our hobby as people with metal detectors.

Oh, and I had a dog names Sue... :D
I was actually going to try and get my Ham license last year, but got busy. Was going to try one of those little handheld radios to try it out. I'm just not into that tech stuff,, hell ,, i can't figure out these detectors i got,, not sure if i could figure out them radios out or not either.
 

wildwilly

Well-known member
Hawgdawg I know how you feel. Ben a ham, KK4WN, since '61 (not 1861) and metal detected since '74. The new detectors are too complicated and I've forgotten C.W. I don't have a clue what the ham magazine is about. You know, at my age I really don't give a rats bottom. Oblivion isn't all bad except for the room I keep going into and can't figure out why. Really, life (or what's left) is great.
 
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