My health has recently taken a bit of a turn for the worse. I am going to take a break from ham radio and from posting to this blog.It’s just something I don’t need to be doing at the moment. My thanks to all of you who have stuck with  me and followed my ham radio activities for the last few years.I’ll be back! but only when I feel that I am doing anything of interest and am able to.

I still plan on posting updates on my progress with my battle with brain cancer in my other blog One Foot in the Grave. The fight goes on!

Julian Moss, G4ILO, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cumbria, England. Contact him at [email protected].

18 Responses to “QRX”

  • Patrick LaPoint kc2bkm:

    Will keep you in our prayers.

  • Jeff Hartman:

    Looking forward to your quick recovery and continued posts.
    Best wishes, Jeff KD0TNH

  • Demetre SV1UY:

    Good luck Julian.

    I wish you a quick recovery and hope to see you soon on 30m RPRnet.

    73 de Demetre SV1UY

  • Andrew, W8FI:

    Good luck Julian. The aether waits for your return!

  • BX2ABT:

    Hang in there, Julian. Hopefully it’s only a small dip.

  • Rob AA6RA:

    Good luck Julian and I look forward to your return!

    73 de Rob AA6RA

  • Matt W1MST:

    Godspeed, my friend! We will keep monitoring your OFITG blog for updates.

  • Don N4KC:

    Julian, how about we go ahead and set a schedule on 20M CW for September 1, 2014? I look forward to it!


    Don N4KC

  • Paul KC2NYU:

    Julian – you will be in our thoughts each day. Be well my friend.

    73 Paul kc2nyu

  • Larry AD7GL:

    Julian, You will be missed every day. Please get back soon. Thanks for staying with the fight.

    Larry AD7GL

  • Bill K7BRR:

    I guess I will step from the shadows. Julian I have been lurking in the tall reeds reading all your posts here. Thank you for the good times. I have enjoyed all you have written. I look forward to your speedy return.

    Bill K7BRR Yuma

  • Jeff - K9JP:

    Dear Julian, May God Bless Your and help you with Speedy Recovery.
    Thank you for all the gifts you have given us though your posts!

    Jeff K9JP Traverse City, MI


    Julian, From our family to you and your family.
    Our prayers and best wishes for a speedy recovery.
    Godspeed and trust the BIG GUY and HIS SON.

  • Larry W2LJ:

    Good luck Julian! Don’t know if you got my note from the other day, but consult with your Doctor about Meniere’s Disease. My mom had it. It’s a condition where the normal flow of fluid in the Eustachian tubes in the inner ear is flummoxed causing severe loss of balance and dizziness. My mom got hers as a side effect of a bad bout with the flu. Considering all you’ve been through, you might just have contracted it, too. Her Doctor was able to get it under control with Vitamin B therapy. He said it’s quite common and often misdiagnosed. She voluntarily gave up her driver’s license as she often told me that there was no way she was going to be behind the wheel when all of a sudden she might begin to feel like she was spinning out of control, when in fact she wasn’t.

    You and Olga continue to be in my prayers.

    Larry W2LJ

  • GM4FZH:

    My thoughts are with you, I wish you all the best and hope to see your callsign re-appear on APRS in the not too-distant future.

    From just across the Solway Firth


  • Sergey UA6LPN:

    Come back soon!
    My best wishes you and yours!

  • Jeff n1kdo:

    Hello Julian,

    We are all pulling for you. Get well.

    Sending wishes of health from the western side of the Atlantic.


  • David W4EZZ:

    Enjoyed your stories, good luck and see you back here soon !

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