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73, Hope to work you all in CQMM DX CONTEST 2017 Former CQ Manchester Mineira DX Contest
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Arbeitsgemeinschaft Telegrafie e.V.
Telegraphy Association e.V.
Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft Telegrafie DL (AGCW) verfolgt das Ziel, die Morsetelegrafie im Amateurfunk zu pflegen und zu erhalten. Morsetelegrafie ist zwischenzeitlich nicht nur eine Funkbetriebsart, sondern auch eine Sportart, die weltweit Zuspruch findet.
The working group Telegrafie DL (AGCW) pursues the goal of cultivating and preserving morse telegraphy in the amateurs' mood. Morse telegraphy is not only a radio mode, but also a sport that is popular all over the world.
Become a member ?
Die Aufnahmegebühr beträgt 5,- Euro, der Mitgliedsbeitrag 10,- Euro pro Jahr. Der Beitrag sollte am Anfang des Jahres bezahlt werden.
The admission fee is 5, - Euro, the membership fee 10, - Euro per year. The contribution should be paid at the beginning of the year.
May I greet you soon?
73, Jan Pieter PA3CLQ AGCW #1491T (Trophy)
SKCC Certificate Design Contest
ATTENTION - All you artists, designers and graphics creators out there in SKCC!
It's time to update the look of certificates for the Straight Key Century Club's three basic awards: Centurion, Tribune, and Senator.
Members do such a great job on the K3Y QSL cards every year that we'd like to tap your talents again.
So we're holding a design contest for the Big Three's certificates.
Members will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite designs.
The winner will receive his or her choice of a new Viborplex bug or the club's straight key.
For details, visit the certificate-design contest page on the SKCC web site.
Questions? E-mail Larry (AH6AX): firstname.lastname@example.org (Contest Manager)
If only this Master Penman (5' video) were a
73, Mike ab3ap
Pot Belly Stove..
Since we were chatting about pot belly stoves on the wire today I thought I'd send out a photo of the one in the agents office at our local RR museum doing it's thing some years ago.
When I took this photo early in the evening it had been running all day and although it was low 20's outside it was tropical inside
If you look at the top brim of the stove you will see "station agent" cast into the metal.
Anyway, given the cold temps seemingly universal outside today, the photo gives one a warm feeling.
73, Chris Hausler
When I lived in a railroad station for the first 17 years of my life, we had three stoves just like your picture—one in our living room, one in the station office and another in the waiting room.
I often carried a shuttle full of coal from the coal shed at the end of the station platform (I had a few muscles then) and during the school summer holidays, my job was to repaint the stove pipes.
Lavina Shaw, (Past Int’l. Pres. MTC)
I have a friend who still heats his house with anthracite coal.
He says it's cheaper than oil but says "you're a slave to your stove" and I can understand that.
We just use wood in the stove at the local RR museum depot
but it does have a grate and thus can use coal.
73, Chris Hausler SlowSpeedWireGroup
For what it is worth guys.
I still heat with pea coal.
I have an Axeman Anderson automatic stoking coal furnace.
It is a hot water system with radiators and I get my domestic hot water from it as well.
It is like buying oil for about $1.00 gallon or less and it is USA fuel.
Good old Pennsylvania Anthracite at $250.00 a ton.
I burn about 4 ton a year and keep my house at 72 F.
The draw backs are you have to take the ashes out twice a week and the house has more dust.
But I’m not buying foreign oil and I’m warm.
Axeman Anderson automatic stoking coal furnace at:
My parents utilized not only a pot belly in the shop, also a decorative fancy stove in the house, but also cooked on a Copper Clad wood range in my mothers restaurant.
We primarily used wood, but dad tried coal in house and gave that up pretty quickly after he discovered the work and smell was to much.
Yours truly had to keep those stoves happy.
I split enough wood to deforrest a small nation.
Broke a few axe handles as well.
We had gas and electric furnaces and stoves, but dad was always looking save money the bills.
I can honestly say I miss it.
73 Joe N0PME
Never had a Potbelly, but spent many years going out and loading the Hod, to bring coal into feed the Ashley.
Cast Iron Kettle on top, Coal Heat is good for the Joints.
Previously, everything was much better! Oh the good old days! Huh?
Editor pa3clq member of: SlowSpeedWireGroup & MorseTelegaphyClub
If you have to choose ?????
QSP from my radiofriend Jan PA3EGH
I do not understand all of it.
Now in 50 years for the 8th time new neighbors.
73, Jan pa3clq
Just a quicky to let you you know: we had a good time on the isle of Ameland.
Wx could have been better though.
Strong winds, rainy and cold.
We've have traveled the island from west-east by bike.
Got wet and cold but we kept on smiling.
Btw, I took my little PFR3A QRP rig.
Made a quick setup with a piece of wire from the hotel window to the balcony (abt 5m up 3m) and used the heating as a counterpoise.
The PFR3A has an internal ATU and internal batteries.
I made a few short QSO's, but guess what.. a
Never mind, it was no dx-pedition after all.
Nice you had a good personae dramatis yesterday evening.
Take care. 73 Durk/ PA3BYW
BCNU next Sunday or before Durk, oant sjen!
Have a nice week fellows, BCNU.
73, Yann, F5LAW
73, from the town at the rivers "De Bergsche Maas" and "De Dongen" Geertruidenberg (800+ years city rights) at: 51.702211N 4.853854E
Your Editor Jan Pieter Oelp PA3CLQ
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