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Re: Thank you WB6FZH/KH6

Ditto here on the comments regarding Greg's exemplary behavior.  He was also 
my first KH6 contact:  CW on FO-20.  He stayed with me through a series of 
failed attempts over a three week period until I got my antennas just right 
to be able to work FO-20 at just a few degrees.   He also gave me the 
reference for my eventual contact in KL7 on the same bird:  AL7JK.  

He has a terrific website worth visiting at:  http://members.aol.com/greg6fzh/
There you can see he also has interests in QRP, boat anchors, and contesting.

I hope I didn't embarrass you Greg, but you deserve the praise :-)

Jerry, K5OE

GElam30092@aol.com writes:
> Couple of weekends ago, I had my first contact on AO-27.  I was excited to 
>  say the least.  I remember hearing a call sign from Hawaii.  As it turns 
>  it was Greg G. aka WB6FZH/KH6.  
>  Greg took the time and expense to mail me a tape of the pass along with a 
>  couple of pictures and a diskette containing other pictures and the WAV 
>  of the contact.   
>  I am humbled that Greg would do such a random act of kindness.  I'll try 
>  remember that act and do it to another new ham down the road.
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