Veterans Day on Hawaii Island has been quiet.
The day provided a welcom respite from the
usual "crisis by the minute" routine found in
the radio station news room. I even had a
few listeners thank me for my past military
service--that was a surprise, considering the
reception I received when I returned from active
duty in the early 70's. Those were the days.
As soon as I wrap up the day's news coverage,
I'll head for the home station and some time
"pounding the brass" until my daily jog with the
XYL, dinner, and a slow retreat under the
covers. I trust your day was a good one.
'Til next time, 73 es Aloha from Hawaii Island.
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