[NABS-L] My Personal Introduction
maurice.mines at gmail.com
Thu Mar 7 20:06:13 UTC 2019
Hi, I too am an amateur radio operator and a part-time student.
Part-time not by what you to be but by necessity.
The reason why I say all that is because I’m deaf blind, I used to
live in your city and tell my hearing just simply disintegrated. You and
I probably know many of the same people within the NFB. Question how is
the Albuquerque chapter doing these days? A suggestion you might wish to
join the blind hams list, you can write me off list and I will provide
subscription information if you don’t already have it? Also let me
know if you’d like to chat on either ally RLP or alkyl link, I’m
still working on getting HF set up working here. I do have an HF rig.
Sincerely Maurice Mines.
Amateur station call sign kd0iko privileges, general class.
VP national Federation of the blind of California Bakersfield chapter.
Student Bakersfield College.
On 7 Mar 2019, at 11:18, Kaden Calahan via NABS-L wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just recently joined this list and its really cool to see the
> activity that goes on here. I figured that it would be appropriate to
> introduce myself, and so I will. My name is Kaden Calahan, and I am 19
> years old. I attend the University of New Mexico here in Albuquerque,
> and I have lived in New Mexico my whole life. I love both playing and
> watching sports, hiking, camping, and pretty much anything to do with
> being outdoors. I also enjoy Amateur Radio, and the tinkering aspects
> of the hobby, trying different things to get the equipment to work,
> seeing what will and will not work is pretty amusing, so I guess its
> kind of ironic that I didn't go into electrical engineering or
> something like that. I serve as Vice-President of NMABS, so I have met
> a variety of talented, successful blind students in our wonderful
> state, and I hope to get the chance to meet some of you here on the
> national level. I am majoring in secondary education, and my goal is
> to become a high school English teacher. This year, I will likely be
> attending our national convention for the 2nd time, after returning
> from our Washington Seminar in January.
> I look forward to meeting you all
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