Wed Dec 31, 2003 6:14 pm

Gary:

It is amazing how many ham's are into Cub's :shock: I am VE9RHS and when active I can be found in any of the DX blocks in USB and of course with the fist -- got to keep in practice. I haven't been all that active over the last 3 years. Lost all my antennas 3 years ago including co-ax to an ice-storm, finally got it all fixed except for the antenna switch and bingo - lost em all again this past February's ice storm. My TH3-DX - 20 meter element snapped in half the 15/40 and the 10 m all bent out of shape. The ice ripped all the dipoles out as well. Still have yet to get em fixed.

Maybe this summer.

Lately however, I find myself too immersed into the Manual Server, CubFest 2004, Ellie and Jethro and the never ending search for implements - especially a potato picker!

I think I am going to put up my other web page on my isp account though. All of that was dedicated to Ham and my QSL Manager hobby.

73's de moi

Wed Dec 31, 2003 8:24 pm

What a great looking cub. I started my "51" last week. I just hope it turns out half as good. It's my first restoration project, so wish me luck.
Basketcase

Thu Jan 01, 2004 8:12 am

Basketcase: When it's done hopefully you can change your ID to "Showcase", right?

Thu Jan 01, 2004 8:32 pm

Jeff: I only hope. Right now it seems the further I go the worser it gets. I think IH had the weakest bolts in the world. Since I started I have broken 8 or 9 including 1 head bolt while torqueing to 25lbs. Now you know why the name Basketcase fits me. :?