Title speaks for itself

I have been testing the radio with a progressive technique, starting with a 9 volt alkaline battery (which provides half a watt RF out) and now a 12 volt car battery (providing right at 3 watts RF out). Next step will be to test with a running vehicle to supply 13.8 volts which should provide enough power to get about 4 to 5 watts RF out.

Testing my newly built transceiver for RF output into a dry dummy load I built also.

Final test... it should be as we want it to be now.

QCX Transceiver
10-Watt Amplifier
20-Watt Dummy Load

Going on fifth hour of continuous rapid snow, wind and drifting. 4:45 pm MDT

Results from quart-sized jar to gallin-sized jars PLUS two quart-sized jars!

So many people complaining about the "limitations" of DMR, while yet DMR offers MORE than what we've ever had before in ham radio. Here are some thoughts...

Migrated from quart-sized jar of kombucha to a GALLON sized jar of Kombucha. The gallon sized jar was started with a quart-jar sized SCOBY, which means it has taken longer to read the point of fermentation necessary to taste really great. Here is my video diary of the process, along with a taste test after 14 days IN that gallon jar...

Seventh month of following along with the 'yeard challenge'. Start date: July 7, 2018 Current: February 7, 2019

What is it like for a truck driver not used to Denver, CO (or any bigger city for that matter)?

Here it is. Plain, simple, and to the point. NOT send inexperienced drivers into this rats nest. Trust me. Do NOT DO IT!!

Don't believe me? Try it!!

Homemade kombucha trumps store-bought many times over. I "left Earth" for a short period of time tonight due to "sensory overload"


Sixth month of growth on my "Yeard Challenge"

Here is a family recipe I personally made tonight which is "da bomb". It was created by my mother, Carol, and has been passed down for two generations now. I am sharing the "tongue gasm" I had while making and eating it. May the world be blessed with her creation!

Credit for this recipe goes to: Carol Ann Schanaman (pre-1990)

Month 5 of 12 update, December 5 2018

Learn the eighth Hebrew letter CHET. Habd-print, hand-written (modern cursive), pictoglyph (ancient Hebrew), sound and numeric values.

Learn the sixth Hebrew letter, VAV. Hand-Print, Habd-Written (modern cursive), and ancient Hebrew pictoglyph. Also, special meanings.

More practice with pictoglyphs of the Hebrew letters Aleph through Hey

Learn all about the fifth Hebrew letter, HEY. Hand-print, hand-written (cursive), ancient Hebrew pictoglyph and meaning, numeric value, and special-use cases.

Learn the hand-print, modern cursive, ancient pictoglyph, and numeric value of the fourth Hebrew letter, DALET.

Learn to hand print and hand write (cursive) the Hebrew letter Gimel. You also learn the numerical value and the ancient Hebrew pictoglyph.

Let's do a simple Hebrew writing practice session to sharpen our chops with Aleph and Bet. Ready, set...


Learn to hand-print and hand-write the second letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet: BET. Also you will learn the numerical value and the ancient pictoglyph for BET.

All about the first Hebrew letter Aleph


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