VE3MPH antenna installation work

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ac8er
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VE3MPH antenna installation work

Post by ac8er » Mon Jul 25, 2016 12:29 am

VE3MPH, John Patrick, came from Windsor to my QTH in Royal Oak, MI. and fixed and repaired, secured, and expertly tuned my HF9V butternut vertical. He worked all day in 90*F heat, in direct sunlight. He is truly a trophy of Gods goodness, a wonderful and unselfish human being! God Bless John Patrick! Thank you John! Sincerely, Mike Evosevich-AC8ER.

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Re: VE3MPH antenna installation work

Post by VE3MPH » Mon Jul 25, 2016 3:48 am

Thanks Mike for the kind words but we cannot also forget a couple of the other hams like Jay (n8wjl) for picking me up and bringing me over in back home as well also Mike (w8mjc) who helped me with the tuning of the last three bands.
I greatly appreciated the help that these two guys gave me.

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