A couple years ago at Field Day I fell asleep late into them night while
working 40 CW. I awoke to the sound of the keyer going "dah-dah-dah ..."
as my hand was pressed against it. I have no idea how long I was asleep.
73, Zack W9SZ
> At 13:06 2/1/2002, Georgek5kg@aol.com wrote:
> >In a message dated 02/01/2002 8:37:31 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> >firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > > "Would this be a feeling like the one that overwhelmed me the other
> > > day when I moved off a DX station's the other day, and called
> > > another DX station for 20 minutes before realizing I was on split and
> > > never moved VFO B??"
> > >
> >Reminds me of the day I walked into the shack and realized that the
> >transmitter was sending a string of dits at a full KW on 7007 khz because
> >something had pushed up against the paddle....and had been for hours! When I
> >cleared the paddle, someone immediately said "tu" on the frequency.
> >73, George, K5KG
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