I’ve Got a Golden Ticket



Well, actually it’s red…

Anthony, K3NG, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com.

3 Responses to “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket”

  • Tom Kb3hg:

    The Golden Tickets are for the Polar Express. Bet Santa has one heck of a setup there.

  • Arne WA1ZBN:

    Lucky you! Tough for us Hams in California to get there!

  • Cliff KU4GW:

    Awesome! Wish I had one! I did get a blue one (still stashed in my drawer with a program) in 2013 and never thought I’d ever get to do that, but now since I’ve been to the “Mecca” of amateur radio I feel like I’ve fulfilled a destiny, you know, kind of like those guys in the monastery who crawl for miles on their bellies using blocks of wood to pull themselves along until they reach their goal. The last time I was that happy in something amateur radio related was when I got my Extra Class license 17 years ago this past April. But, anyway my point is I’ve been to Mecca and I’ll die content now knowing I made the journey! I think every ham should get to go to the Dayton Hamvention at least once in their lifetime! I got to meet Gordon West and the crew from AmateurLogic.tv and everyone from Ham Nation except for Bob Heil who was working inside (See photos on my QRZ profile.) I saw people there from India, Germany, the UK, Australia, and even China! Got a new Feld Hell Club member who signed up with us! I was with the WW1FHC Feld Hell Club group helping with the Special Event Station using callsign W8H. I think the preceding pretty well lets you know that I had a absolute blast and I hope that you have a absolute blast at the 2014 Dayton Hamvention! Very 73!

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