A History of the Ham Shack — Ham Radio Perspectives

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by K8QS, Aug 27, 2020.

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  1. KB7MM

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    Great video thanks
     
  2. WA9TDD

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    Thanks, got the hat from an old Greek fisherman!
     
  3. K1JBD

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    Great Video
     
  4. K8QS

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    Now there is a shack! Reach the grill from the door. Next try grilling your burgers over your amp tubes. Q
     
  5. WB8SCT

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    Enjoyed watching the video. Nice Job!!!
    73,
    Jack, WB8SCT
     
  6. K8QS

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    Thanks so much, Jwahar. Q
     
  7. K8QS

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    Nice shack! Q
     
  8. KY4N

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    Great video. With my 56 years of ham radio I can identify with a few of those shacks.
     
  9. K8QS

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    Thanks so much, Jack. Sorry you had to cancel the hamvention. You all do a masterful job -- a real service to the hobby. Quin, K8QS
     
  10. K8QS

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    Steve, I think we can all identify with some of them. Our shacks evolve according to personal circumstances, equipment, and "imitation" (we tend to imitate others' shacks that we like). There is an "art" to shacking. 73, Quin, K8QS
     

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