Somehow, everyone in my household survived
Thanksgiving. For once, all of us gathered for
our neighborhood feast ate moderately. It seems
we had just enough to make a good dinner and to
have some goodies to take home. The best part
was the good fellowship of our neighbors, the ex-
cellent weather (it rained just after 1900 W), and
the relaxing atmosphere provided by the season.
I surely needed a break from the news room after
this week's disturbing news about Korea and the
crippled U.S. economy. I even got a chance to
fire up the old Swan 100 MX for a few contacts
after dinner. I trust that your feast met your ex-
pectations. Enjoy what you can while you can.
Be sure to squeeze in a few hours for amateur
radio--it could keep you sane in an otherwised confused
world. 'Til next time, Aloha es 73 de KH6JRM.
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