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Just passed my Technician exam:wings:!

No radio yet, I want to research and find what will work best for my application.

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Pair of licensees

My wife and I started studying for the ham tests last summer and passed our Technician tests by September. Last month, Jan. 2016, we both passed the Extra class tests. Our goal for this year is to drive the continental divide on group trip in July.
Jon - KM4MNX
Mary - KM4NQC


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Tony km4mcm here

What part of South Carolina are you from?

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Tony km4mcm here
What part of South Carolina are you from?
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Aiken, SC. Below is a picture of my camper. I was watching the sunrise at Old Harry beach on Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec last September. Currently I am leaning toward the purchase of an ICOM 5100 radio for group trips.
2015_09_20 PEI_Madeleine_Trip 101 - Version 2.jpg

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