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[TowerTalk] H I

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Subject: [TowerTalk] H I
From: ke4rna@Traveller.COM (Donnie Murray (KE4RNA))
Date: Thu, 8 May 1997 22:05:56 +0000
Well Larry ,I'll try my best to answer your question. You do your 
homework, make sure of all your calculations, tweak all antennas, 
you're finally through climbing towers for a season. Sit down in 
front of your rig, tune in a weak station. After a nice QSO with the 
VK0 or the HS1 or the OM that that has been a ham for 40 years 
having told him how easy the tower was to set up, how well it 
withstood the 70 mph windstorm, then he replies how that he has'nt 
had much desire to work on antennas since his wife of 53 years 
passed on. But the old man didn't stop there. He finished up his 
transmission with a little joke and a HI HI! That's about as good a 
laugh as he can get off using the International morse code. You see 
Larry, the old man had realized that " A MERRY HEART DOETH  
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Date:          Thu, 8 May 1997 21:07:39 -0500 (CDT)
> From:          "Larry A. Crim" <>
> To:            "Roderick M. Fitz-Randolph" <>
> Cc:  ,
> Subject:       Re: [TowerTalk] H I

> > >> The letters H I  represent "laughter" when using the International
> > >> Morse Code
> What does this have to do with towers or antennas?
> -Larry, K4AB
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