Here I will answer the same question, but I hope I will hear your own stories as well. How did you started in the hobby ?
A bonus video as a way from me to say Thank You for subscribing to the YouTube Channel and for visiting the blog. I wanted to make this video for a long time as an introduction, but I was always more excited to build stuff. How did you started in amateur radio ? A question I will answer down bellow. But feel free to leave me a comment with your own story. I would love to hear about your first steps into the hobby.
TELL ME YOUR STORY
In the video down below, I tried sharing a little part of my story. I wanted to keep it short so I won’t turn it into some documentary film about my life story. But I’m curios about your stories as well. I’m sure they are very similar in a way or another. Thank you one more time to you all for all the views, likes, subscriptions and for visiting the blog. I really appreciate that and it means a lot to me. It feels nice to see that the work I put into all the articles and videos is appreciated. I will let you enjoy the video instead of writing a long article.
Don’t be shy and leave a comment with your own story. It was a pleasure to read the stories I received in my email at the time I posted this video on YouTube. I’m sure other readers would love to hear about them too. We can all share wonderful memories about this amazing hobby. Some of them were really funny I have to admit. What I love the most in this hobby is that we all come from different places, lifestyles, professional or religions backgrounds… and still we get along amazingly well. I made amazing friends thanks to the passion for amateur radio, from all over the world. It eels like a have family relatives all around the world.
THANK YOUR SUPPORT
If the entire world would follow our example, we would have a much better world I tell you that. I like the respect we have for each other in the community and how helpful people are. Ok maybe not all I know ( smile ), but no one is perfect right ? Even though at the time I’m writing this words I still don’t have my amateur radio license, I always felt like I was part of the amateur radio community. Many of you helped me at times when I needed help, answering many of my questions and helped me understand the electronic circuits.
Some of you even sent me parts, components, kits or books. You made me feel like a little child receiving presents. I will be glad to also do the same as you later on, to other people making their first steps into the wonderful world of amateur radio operators.
Thank you for everything… 73 DE YO6DXE