Thank you for stopping by my home page to see what is happening in my life. As you can imagine nothing much really wonderful is happening other than I managed to put this Internet Web page up online and get the Bliley Electric Company history posted as well. I consider both accomplishments.
If you want to know a little more about my past amateur radio
activities as VP5CB click here.
If you want to know about more recent events, here is a story
about my recent antenna installation.
You will find several not-so-flattering photos of myself and the
some of the wildlife in our old backyard.
You are looking at the most state-of-the-art page on the whole World-Wide Web! Well... OK... I am bragging a bit, and yes, maybe even lying. You be the judge. At least I am having fun and learning something in the process.
Here is a pair of boots for those that think it is getting a little deep in here!
On March 15, 1997 my mother died in Erie, Pennsylvania at the age of 82. I have put together a brief resume of her amateur radio activities and how we shared the love of this hobby together and put it to practical use. She always encouraged me to use it to keep active and to keep in touch by radio wherever I went. She will be missed by family and friends alike, and remembered for her love and generosity.
In case you got here through some weird Internet link, did
you read the Bliley Electric Company
History? I wrote for the Antique Wireless Association in 1982
and adapted it for the Web in 1997. Please check it out and let
me know what you think of my work.
If you have any comments, criticisms or compliments, please send me e-mail via AOL at K3NAU@AOL.com. Thanks for stopping by.
Page Updated: 10/6/01