Back from my quiet place

BITX40 Board

I’ve had so much planned.  So many things to work on and write about.  So much that it’s created a bit of a mess in my workshop that needs to be looked through and organized.


If you’re wondering what’s been occupying my time, I’ll tell you.  I decided to go back to school and get the degree that I abandoned over 30 years ago.  We have a new grandson.  Our first!  And, KD2CHE’s little side business has been getting busy.

Now, with degree in hand, and my work schedule getting more routine, I will begin to attack the leaning tower of kits.  Some of the work also has to do with my transistor radio collection, but I will refrain from posting that here.

I wasn’t sure what to attack first, but it may be a QRP-LABS Ultimate 3S QRSS Kit, and then maybe my BITX40.

Then, probably a much needed update to the Radio Kit Guide page.

Stay Tuned!


–Neil  – W2NDG

Neil Goldstein, W2NDG, is a regular contributor to and writes from New York, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Back from my quiet place”

  • Matt W1MST:

    Neil — congratulations on your degree! It’s not easy to go back to school, that’s for sure!

  • Henry N6HCM:

    Well done! I started my BS in 1980 and didn’t get to finish it until 2006 … now I have my MSLIS. Here’s to not having homework! 🙂

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