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    Walnut Plaque

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ID:	64316 Made out of 3/4" Walnut for a fellow co-worker - my first that includes a number . Any comments are welcomed ....I hope he's happy with it ....................................MB
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    Looks great from here, Marshall.
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    hey marshall the number might be a 5 but it gets a higher score than that from here..so what does that mean to him? is he a doctor or something?
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    Great job, Marshall! He must be a real old-time ham with a call sign like that!
    Bill Arnold
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Looks great from here, Marshall.
    Larry he is a short wave radio man , and I have no idea about how long he's being doing it . He came to me and wanted his call letters or call signs or what ever they call it ......never the less I told him what I charged and after he saw it - he paid me additional dollars for my work - this told me --- I could tell by this he was pleased ..........MB
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    As I remember it---I was age 5 or less---My dad had one of the first ham licenses. I think it was W26. I got into the HAM radio bit when I was in grade school. A bit later, cannot remember when, I got a Halicrafter's Super Sky Rider. That won't mean a thing to you unless you were a HAM.

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