VE9KK the world of CW 2022-06-30 19:02:00

Welcome everyone to the new site as you can see I successfully migrated all the posts and the links I wanted to include in this blog.
So why did I move the blog...when I lived in Ontario my call was VE3WDM and the blog also hosted the same call. Now that I moved to the East coast of Canada when I retired I acquired a new call VE9KK. I have had this new call for almost 3 years now and have had requests from my blog readers to change the blog address to reflect the new call and FINALLY, I did just that.
Why did it take so long....well part of it was the old I will do it tomorrow excuse, then I was just not sure how to do it and finally, I was not sure if I wanted to stay with blogger and I was looking at other blog hosting sites. I decided to stay with Blogger and via the internet, I found out how to save my blog posting and transfer them to a new site.
For the time being my old blog will stay in place with a link to the new site and I will have to decide on a timeline for the deleting of the blog but not sure how long I should leave it up.
This new blog moves away from the QRP theme I had, it's not that I moved on entirely from QRP operations but it has not been my focus since moving to the East coast. At this time in my hobby, I have navigated toward CW and am not sure how long this will last and what the next direction will be but for now, it's more CW. My post will not be CW dedicated and I will have a wide slice of events, happenings and adventures here on the blog.
To all those who read the blog, I hope you will continue to enjoy it and please give me input as to what you would like to see and read about.

Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

4 Responses to “VE9KK the world of CW 2022-06-30 19:02:00”

  • Paul w2eck:

    Glad the transition worked out well for you and that you will keep “Blogging”. We enjoy following your adventures, wherever they take you.
    73 Paul

  • Mike VE9KK:

    Good morning Paul, thanks for the comment and the following of the blog.

  • Nolan KI5IO:

    Mike – Your blog is a great addition to my Saturday AM reading as I get delivery of the Amateur Radio feed.

    Most appreciated.

  • Good afternoon Nolan, thanks very much for your encouraging words. To tell you the truth I have never been much of an orator. I read other blogs such as Jeff Davis KE9V, John AE5X, Bas PE4BAS and the list goes on. These guys put me to shame and I just for the life of me can’t understand how folks find the blog interesting but I try and for some reason, it hits the right note with some.
    Thanks again,

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