|EL1F at his radio in Liberia.|
|My dad's QSL card he would send to other 'hammers' trying to get a new country on their contact list.|
|Dad's Amateur Radio License from the 70's|
|Old school Skype, cellphone, and internet |
all rolled into one...
|Our radio antenna back in the 70's.|
|A rig similar to the one Doe's AFL confiscated from our home.|
Today's post is dedicated to all you "hams" out there, especially those involved with or who helped us with Liberian Amateur Radio. Many of you provided a great deal of services and help in times of need. It was and is more than just a hobby. Thanks for all your help! Feel free to QSL below and my best 73's (maybe there is a 'DX' in there also or something like that?) Peace out. Over.
|My dad's commemorative QSL card with special prefix for Liberia Amateur Radio Week.|
|Some of my dad's QSL cards sent to him from other ham radio operators that had made contact with us while we were living in Liberia.|
|A fundraiser put on by the LRAA to help raise funds for the Leprosy Clinic in Ganta. (Putting some 'Love' in the EL)|
|A LRAA meeting invitation|
|QSL card for EL2AY - Kamal Hamzi, president of LRAA|
|Cover of an Echo Lima Newletter 1987|
|'Bye y'all! Over.'|