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Last Day at TM100VIMY

Cassandra and I woke up early again this morning to get me to my 2nd (and last) shift for 7:30AM CET (0530z). I was invited as a guest operator and had only ever planned to spend 2 days operating in between our other stops. More than just a radio-based trip, this is the first vacation… Read more »

Getting Started at TM100VIMY

My wife and I have been travelling for a few days now. Before arriving in France, we spent a few days with old friends in Banbury, UK, and took the opportunity to take the train into London for a couple of days and play tourist. We got to our B&B – Les Cèdres Bleu –… Read more »

VE100VIMY – I’m Going to Vimy Ridge

I have been selected as an operator by the Vimy Commemorative Station Society and will be travelling to Vimy, France, along with my wife, Cassandra McBride, VA3MEW, to operate from the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in April of 2017, to mark the 100th anniversary of the taking of Vimy Ridge by the Canadian Armed Forces during World… Read more »

Exercise Noble Skywave 2016

It’s been a long while since I’ve written anything here. Catching up with life after the (extremely successful) St. Paul Island DXPedition has kept me busy, but I’ve still managed to find time to play radio. Once again, the Canadian Military Communications and Electronics Network (CMCEN) and the 8 Air Communications and Control Squadron are hosting Exercise Noble… Read more »

CY9C – Day 11, Farewell to Nova Scotia

You’ll have to forgive me, but this article is going to be a little more verbose than the others I’ve posted – Blogger’s Privilege 😉 The remaining members of the Atlantic Cove team are arriving by boat early this afternoon with the remainder of the equipment for loading and transport home. I’m waiting for them… Read more »