Come with me on a never-ending odyssey of learning about and getting better at ham radio. Give me your ideas, suggestions, opinions, corrections and critiques as you may know more than I.
A ham since 1996 (not counting a year as a novice in the sixties), but active probably less than half the time since ’96, I am retired now and find myself with a desire to take up/resume mentally challenging things like amateur radio, crochet and loafing. I am learning painful new subjects like D-Star, repairing long-neglected problems like a rotor that won’t rotate, and finishing partly born projects and kits. Come with me on this journey for an adventure of blood, sweat, tears, learning and fun!