I have an early VHS-C camera whose heads need some major cleaning.
Probably not worth doing. A Maxell cleaning tape didn't help. But the
camera itself is functional, providing nice composite video out. Could
be used for ATV or security. If anybody has an interest, please give me
a call. 967-4867.
73 de Paul, W1PR
Paul R Ryack - W1PR
Still have that seasonal spirit overflowing? How about volunteering for
an antenna party next Saturday, New Year's Eve day, 12/31? Really not
that much to do. I need a couple of reasonably coordinated people to
help me mount my yagis on the tilt-over mast. The taller the better!
The now-functioning rotator is in place and the stacked yagis are on the
stinger. All I need is to get the stinger back in the rotor.
Help would be appreciated. We can survey the group for choice of
pizza, Mex, or Chinese or whatever!
Please call me - 967-4867.
MNI TNX de Paul, W1PR
Paul R Ryack - W1PR
Hello SBARC People:
Here's a chance to get rid of your electronic waste/junk that we really don't
want showing up at the Bazaar. An exception will be made for home stereo
units, we can usually get rid of (sell) some of them.
Here's a chance to eliminate tons of junk from your garage (especially you
73's & Merry Whatever
ease e-waste, inc. and CompUSA jointly conduct an ongoing series of Free
Electronics Drop-Off Events for consumers on a rotating schedule at CompUSA
stores throughout Southern California.
Items accepted at these collection events are: computers, monitors and
televisions, copiers, fax machines, servers, printers, phone systems, cell
phones, UPS batteries, home stereo equipment, and virtually anything
considered office or consumer electronics. Items not accepted include: all
forms of kitchen or home appliances, such as blenders,microwave ovens,
vacuum cleaners, and other non-computer related items, such as oil, paint
and acetone, fluorescent tubes, acid batteries or any other hazardous waste
Upcoming Free Consumer Drop-Off Events are as follows:
All CompUSA events are between the hours of 10am and 3pm.
- Saturday, January 7th at CompUSA in Santa Barbara/Goleta, 7090 Market
Place Drive in Goleta, 10am-3pm
If you weren't able to get your flu shots this year, it's not too late!
The Med Center at 271 N Fairview (across from Bed Bath & Beyond) off
Sherrill Way, has them and they are FREE to Goleta residents. Call
681-7411 for appointment, or you can walk in.
For anyone interested, I am finally set up to operate on HF, after being
licensed for two years, and an Extra almost that long.
I have the new Icom IC-7000, a BuddiPole, and an MK 31-AGM 105Ah battery,
for strictly portable use.
My first contact was with K7HI, a merchant marine on a cargo vessel near
Honolulu. He reported my signal as 55.