Missing QRP links

 

tentintWhile doing maintenance and backups to the site last night I noticed that two pages under the QRP>QRP Excursions menu option above were not working and evidently didn’t make it over when I migrated¬†to the blog format of this website.

They have since been fixed. Ancient QRP history of trips taken almost a decade ago when I lived in NJ and was newly fascinated with the ability to combine QRP with the outdoors.

Those were fun times and I couldn’t get enough of the combination of those two activities.

The two pages are:

NVIS from the Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma where I operated a Norcal 40a and a dipole at 6 feet with, what to me, were surprising results, and

East Texas Campout which was the break-in trip for my newly constructed (and no longer available) DSW-20.

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  2 comments for “Missing QRP links

  1. July 10, 2013 at 11:51 am

    John – I can’t tell how much I enjoyed these stories years ago. And I enjoyed them just as much today. Thanks. Jim W1PID

    • July 10, 2013 at 12:09 pm

      Those were good ole days for sure. If I still lived in that part of the country, I’d still be enjoying that aspect of ham radio. Instead, I enjoy reading your stories Jim and vicariously traveling along with you.

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