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Guestbook Entries - 2018


06/23/2018
James Broden
Dixie Inn, Louisiana
KI5II
NO COMMENTS ENTERED

06/15/2018
Stu Martin
Cedar Park, TX
k2qde/5
The two biggest mistakes I made in ham Radio...
First, was the purchase of a KWM-2 in '62. My second and last mistake was not buying a K2. Please
don't make the same mistakes as I. Enjoy ham Radio!
Stu, k2qde/5

06/13/2018
Mark Kelner
Salisbury, NC
WG8Y
Hi John, I know we've worked many times in the Sprints but was great to meet you at the Breeze
Shooters Hamfest on June 2nd. Take care and thanks for doing
what you're doing to promote Ham Radio & especially what QRP is capable of.
73 from N.C. Mark WG8Y

06/12/2018
Allan Hale
Florence, KY
WA9IRS
Phenomonal amount of work done here by K3WWP!!!! I will be back for some of the articles cited
here as well as to check back on some of the items that I have no doubt missed in my excitement in
reviewing this material!! Thank you for doing all of this work and making it available to all of us

06/09/2018
Sam
Lake St Louis MO
K0SAM
Enjoy your site daily and continue to be inspired by your streak and other activities. Keep it up!

06/03/2018
jim allen
beaver falls, pa
kc3ixe
Great Meeting you, mike and tom at the breezeshooters hamfest. Your rig and its performance was eye-opening.
Hope to be seeing/hearing you and the remaining area qrp's in the near future.
Thanks for sharing
Jim kc3ixe 

05/25/2018
Peter VanEenenaam
Watertown
KD2OMV
Glad I found your site!

05/20/2018
Larry Ramsey
Rock Hill, South Carolina
KD4KIG
NO COMMENTS ENTERED

05/07/2018
Jim Shideler
Stillwater, OK
W5JCS
It has been quite awhile since I signed the guestbook however I do check this site on a regular
basis. Started as a Novice 47 years ago and still find thrills with working CW. There is something
about hearing my call come back over the air it captivates and electrifies me. Thanks John for all
your wonderful work maintaining this helpful site. 73 Jim, W5JCS

04/27/2018
Steve
S.E. Nebraska
W0OOW
What do you use for antennas? tnx

04/22/2018
mike sullivan
bainbridge island, WA
wn5pmr
Good afternoon. Visiting interesting sites. Wannabe QRP nut. Also have a very bad case of put
offitis. Plenty of QRP rigs on the operating bench. biggest need to finally get a working antenna.
I have VHF/UHF hand helds. On the QRP / HF side of the shack. KX-3, KX-2, IC-703 and a LNR 11 band
rig. Rounding out the radios is an FT-817. Mike WN5PMR with 52 years of ham radio under my belt.

04/14/2018
Garry M Davis
W8GMD
Just returning to code after being away from radio for 30+ years.

04/07/2018
Larry
Longmeadow, MA
W1AST
Neat site. I'll have to spend more time reading thru it. I hope to work you on the bands some day.

04/01/2018
Earl Osborne
Sydney Mines NS
VE1SN
Just thought I'd drop your club a line and wish you all the best dxing.....maybe soon will get the
signal to cooperate and we can have a HF QSO...have a good Easter holiday and good Dxing......Cheers Earl

03/29/2018
Dennis Corcoran
Venice, Florida
KN4KTT
I am glad that I found your site and the information about CW procedures is extremely valuable for
me..As yet, I am not on the air yet as I just in the beginning stages of setting up the
shack and dealing with  antennas and their placement...I’m 72 years old, and looking forward to my
first QSO...but I don’t want to go on the air without a good idea of the proper procedures. I was
a Navy radioman who never used CW once I got out of radio school...MY CW QSO is pretty high on my
bucket list....Thnks for the info.   Dennis. KN4KTT

03/28/2018
Ishan Kumaraswami
Staten Island, NY
AC2MX
Hope to be on cw soon

03/25/2018
Bill He
mint hill nc
W4EDN
Very nice site, could you provide a link to swr ckt build ? onw that works with qrp ? (1 w or less)

03/14/2018
Chris
Bayville , NJ
K2HVE
I just  came across your site and wanted to say, " Nice Job!" Bookmarked and I will be
back.  Chris K2HVE, Bayville (Ocean Co.), NJ

03/07/2018
Dave Somers
Monroe. WA
KI7DPP
Learned about this site from K7SU website. 73!

02/25/2018
ANGEL M ALMODOVAR
Maryland
Thanks for your dedication on promoting cw. Licensed in 2013 but never get into cw until may 2017.
Now cw in my 100 percent method of ham communication. And never exceding 5 watts another
challenge. My qrp ft 817nd is great. 73 DE N4SNI.

02/23/2018
Marty Squicciarini
Lansdale, PA
NR3Z
John, Thanks for the QSO the other night and my streak for the year continues. 72, Marty NR3Z

02/22/2018
Ken Gairson
Spokane WA
W7AHX
I have been learning CW for the past year, sending at 20
wpm using paddles, But to be honest with my self I can only copy at around 10 WPM and even at that
I get lost. I have checked in to some phone nets using CW and most were able to copy and reply
back using voice. Still try to spend an hour a day copying and slowly making progress. I do enjoy
CW. And for me anyway all the computer/armature radio combined together is not for me, I guess you
could say I am a purest --...  ...--   -.- . -.  .-.-.-

02/09/2018
Richard  Swanson
San Antonio, Texas
K0RDS
John, Thanks for all you are doing to inspire fellow Hams to use QRP. I have been running QRP for
30 years but don't have the results that you have. It is amazing on what you have done.  Keep the
great work up. Richard Swanson, K0RDS

02/06/2018,Ron,Milford Center, OH,NX8Y,"I enjoy checking on your streak from time to time.  Any
more, I'm a DX chaser (QRO as needed) and am trying to make Honor Roll before I kick the bucket.
I enjoy QRP/CW and am happy to have found the NAQCC (#6132) a few years back. Thank you for your
dedication to our hobby and promoting CW.  Our local club consists mostly of the VHF group and
only a couple interested in CW.  I try to convince them but they're barely interested in HF, let
alone CW.  Take care and keep the streak going...it's quite an accomplishment.  You'll probably be
in "The Guinness Book of World Records" someday. 73, Ron NX8Y

02/05/2018
Kim "Chip" Levings
Caledonia, Ohio
K8CHP
NO COMMENTS ENTERED

02/03/2018
Randy Lloyd
Idaho Falls,AC6K
Thanks for helping promote CW. We need to keep the skill alive and encourage new CW operators.

02/03/2018
John Baughman
Modesto, CA
W6AAL
Back to CW after 12 years. Need to get rig setup again,  Never was an accomplished CW'er but
always enjoyed it.  Never have worked voice.

01/31/2018
Dave
Clearview, washington state
WA7AXT
Nice website. Thank you for all your work on qrp and cw radio transmissions. I've recently
discovered how easy it is to make contacts with five watts or less. Very interesting, not much
difference between 5 watts and 50 watts. 73 Dave WA7AXT.

01/15/2018
Lane
Columbus, OH
n8aft
Thanks for your Christian witness about 'Brain Power' vs man made computer tech. I also like your
nativity at Christmas... Hope work you again around sunset QRP 3560kHz. having much fun there
before my long nap of the day. Having lots of fun QRP with big es small tube TX's here. Some are
HB rigs, newest is a 6C4/6AQ5 cake pan. Keep inspiring us OM QRP, CW and other topics. 72 / 73
lane de n8aft.

01/05/2018
Hop Hays
Trussville, Al
K4TQR
Loved your persistence in the QST article."


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