First Contact Day...

Kenny Richards richark at gmail.com
Sat Apr 5 16:13:54 PDT 2014


W6UDH on 40m CW on 7/18/85, at least that was the first on my own station.
I remember making a couple contacts at my elmer's station before I glued
together something at home. But I don't think they got logged anywhere.
(And might not had been with my call)

73,
Kenny


On Sat, Apr 5, 2014 at 3:20 PM, John Ronan <jpronans at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 05/04/14 23:09, Bill Vodall wrote:
>
>> Real geeks will know where the subject line comes from 'today'.
>>
> Seeing as you have a geeky reference, I'll play....
>
>  So - who was your first contact?
>>
> G2LCN, on 40m CW, 20th Jan 1995, Jack is/was his name my log says.
> My last, PJ4H on 17m CW, earlier this evening, couldn't believe he heard
> me, still not sure he did, I'll check clublog in the morning, still stoked
> though ;)
>
> Cheers
> John
> EI7IG
>
>
>     My unofficial first was some wn3 on
>> 15 meters 'before' my license came even if I had my callsign.  (Older
>> Hams know how I knew my call - thanks to L.P.S.)   The Official First
>> Contact was another WN7N?? on 80 meters.  That was from my QTH in
>> Northcentral Montana to South of Portland...
>>
>> Gotta think a little harder to remember when was my 'last' contact...
>>
>> 73,
>> Bill
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