On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 11:29:33AM -0600, Jim George N3BB wrote:
> when difficult things happen. There are fewer mistakes. There is a saying
> in sports that "the game slows down" as one gets better and more
> experienced. I agree with that, and have found that contesting "slows down"
> even as it gets faster the more experience one gets. You can "hear the
> world turn" more clearly.
Yes, that is what I was thinking of when I was writing earlier
this morning. I have found that the more I have done this
and the more I have done high QSO rate hours and two radios that
it seems I have more and more time to do many other things even
when the rate is high. I find that a 250 hour these days is
easy as long as folks keep calling. It is really cool.
I have also found that I do really get into the zone these days
at times and the radios and stuff just kind of disappears and
have feelings that my mind is connected directly to the
audio coming in - almost as if the antennas or signals are
coming directly to me. You can stop laughing. It is really
true, and not just at 47 hours of being awake either.
George Fremin III - K5TR
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