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Thread: Any radio hams on here?

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    Default Any radio hams on here?

    There is a similar thread on "the other side", but seems to be very US oriented..
    I've been a "ham" for about 20 years on and off, and have recently started up again.. Call me nosey, but I am intrigued how many hams chase tupperware or lesser spotted film pot!!!
    I am usually lurking around 7.0700 from about 19:00, maybe hear you there..?

    Cheers,
    PAUL.
    G7ALW.

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    Off the top of my head

    mosgb
    m1yeo
    stevo185

    loads of others but just cannot think who

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    The Wobbly Club, but I don't know their callsign.
    ​​Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light. (Dylan Thomas)​


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    I am GW7ODP and my son is 2W1HFZ

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    H - G0EMS (was also part of G4WET contest team)
    L - 2E1DHP

    Both QRT for quite a while....

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    I'm G7SNW but in truth, I haven't played on air for quite a few years. I know Hi-Tek (Keith, formally of The Motley Crew) has recently got his ticket but I don't know his call sign.
    John
    Age and treachery will always triumph over youth and ability.

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    Guilty as charged, G6YCL but not very active at the moment.

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    G6DDQ - Myke

    Mainly 4 meters and 23 cms portable. (NB not SOTA)
    Last edited by Gwendolyn; 1st December 2008 at 02:22 PM.

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    M6GEO - ME
    M6ELF - CHICKENPOOOOO
    M6YEY - TROLLHUNTER_94

    There's my mate G7GUO local to me in High Wycombe. I am sure many many more out there, great to see a UK thread appear. I think there's probably a good number of cbers from the 4x4 world.

    I think there's a few sota enthusiasts, as you have the advantage of bagging trigs as well as geocaches. It's not something I've tried yet, maybe in the new year

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    Also Hamfist but I don't know their callsign

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    Owns up to being G0ERS/ KE4WOV / C31EAN / GB4HMS/ G6MVL
    Also used to be part of the G8LNC/P contest team
    Try not to let your mind wander...........
    It's too small and fragile to be out by itself

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    G1ANT - quite apt really.
    Muggle - One Voice - One Vote

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    Bump!

    Rampton..

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    I was having a QSO while caching in Cardiff bay on saturday after our South Wales forum trip was cancelled because it was too windy


    much to the amusement of the gang h34r:

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    M3MCF
    2E0MAL
    I am also a member of Raynet

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