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Re: Goodbye UO-14



We all seem to think , 14 can still hear us...

My `career` on 14 was short , but heavy.
Maybe it got enaugh of me....
But what ill remeber it for ,
how it opened the door  ,
for ham`s into satradio ,
in my region with a rate of 12 per year.


Oscar 14 was FM at it`s best!

Chris PA5RWE
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bill Greene VE7WFG" <bgreene@telus.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 5:23 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Goodbye UO-14


> Good bye to my old friend UO-14 you helped me in making many new friends
all
> over. Over 2000+ contacts ..... enjoyed all of them and the many new
people
> I have met.
>
> Thanks to all who are part of that great experience in this truly
> fascinating hobby ! It has been a real pleasure.
>
> Best of 73 to all and "Thanks for the Memories"
>
>
> Bill Greene
> VE7WFG
> Armstrong, BC
> Canada
> DO00jk
>
>
>
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