Homebrew heroes to be managed by the Ham Radio Workbench Podcast.

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Saturday, January 1, 2022

  • HOMEBREW HEROES TO BE MANAGED BY THE HAM RADIO WORKBENCH PODCAST
    In a joint announcement, the ICQ Podcast team and the Ham Radio Workbench podcast team agreed to shift the ownership and management of the Homebrew Heroes Award (homebrewheroes.org) to the Ham Radio Workbench team. “George Zafiropolis KJ6VU and I have discussed this over the past few months. It makes better branding sense for their team […]
  • Fleetwith Pike
    WOTA Ref – LDW116 A nice simple route from Gatesgarth farm car park up the nose of Fleetwith pike and Dubs hut as well as Warnscale hut before coming back to the car park.
  • Harter Fell (Eskdale)
    WOTA Ref – LDW112 SOTA Ref – G/LD-028 From the base of the infamous Hardknott pass, this is a straightforward walk with a bit of a kick at the end. You can take in the neighbouring Hardknott by traversing the boggy top. Bring your boot extraction tool 
  • Grisedale Pike
    SOTA Ref – G/LD-015 A firm favourite to be tackled from Keswick (Whinlatter) this time. To be honest Its a nice linear walk but parking is always a disaster zone round there. Local tip is to use the viewpoint car park a bit further up or better still use the bus service. Take in the […]
  • Looking back and looking ahead.
    Well here we are again…….finishing off my second year in the Maritimes. It may sound a bit odd, but it seems it has taken just over a year and a half to get used to retirement. I am finally starting to settle into somewhat of a routine. It’s …
  • Part 2 of 2: Life-changing Moment and Solar Cycle 25
    From the RAIN HamCast episode #57, 2021-XII-25 (used with permission): RAIN’s Hap Holly/KC9RP spoke with Tomas recently about Solar Cycle 25. This is the second and final excerpt from their discussion. From the introduction to The RAIN HamCast, Episode #57: In this episode, we continue our discussion with Tomas Hood/NW7US, the author of many writings […]

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