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Re: Fw: [CQ-Contest] W7RM ANTENNA FARM FOR SALE with 3bdrm SHACK$280,000

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Subject: Re: Fw: [CQ-Contest] W7RM ANTENNA FARM FOR SALE with 3bdrm SHACK$280,000 +
From: Jan Erik Holm <sm2ekm@telia.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 06:51:57 +0100
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So sad to see the end of this era. I still remember when
me and my friends used to operate from SK2DR and SL2ZZU
(M/S and M/M) and W7RM W7SFA and VE7WJ was the big game
in town to work in the Northwest US.

73 Jim SM2EKM

Bob Gates wrote:
So sad to see the end of an era.  Rush has been an icon to a lot of us.  Many
very talented operators passed through the chairs at RM.  I had the honor of
being invited to work in the very first MM at Rush's Foul Weather Bluff QTH.  In
fact, Chip Margelli, K7JA, and I worked 15 CW together.  Once I showed him the
ropes.  Unfortunately, shortly after the contest I went back over the pond to
the land of very loud noises.  Never got back to the Northwest in all these
years, but we're in the planning stages of the big move right now.  I had hoped
to look Rush up at his new QTH, and still would like to.  Would very much
appreciate it if someone could give me his new address or e-mail.

73, Bob W7BJ ex K7INE
----- Original Message ----- From: Dan Eskenazi
To: cq-contest@contesting.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 9:14 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] W7RM ANTENNA FARM FOR SALE with 3bdrm SHACK $280,000 +

Rush W7RM, has moved to assisted living and his place is now for sale.

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