Road to QuartzFest 2022
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Rich, didn’t know about the stroke. Sorry to hear it, but glad that you can still travel. I’ve lurked on your site for several years as you’ve been a blessing when it comes to mastering my IC 7300. Hope you have a great time and a safe trip home.
It’s nice to hear from you and thank you for commenting here. I appreciate the nice comments. Best wishes to you and yours. 73!
Hope you have a great time in Quartzfest. I don’t know what that is, but sounds like a rockhound convention.
How do protect your remote IC-7610 from lightning?
Do you have a remote way to cycle the power on your IC-7610 in case it becomes “hung” and unresponsive to remote commands?
It’s nice to hear from you and we are having a fantastic time here. Lots of activities!
My son is at my home QTH to power cycle when it hangs. I’ve only had it do that a few times. If I’m careful when I shutdown, it works fine, but when I become disconnected unknowingly, it can cause that problem.
I’m taking a risk leaving it connected, but my son can disconnect for me and this time of year it’s not really a problem.
I also have ARRL insurance, just in case.
Rich I also didn’t realize about your stroke. My wife had one about 7 years ago and most think she is fully back. But she has only driven on major highways 2 hours since and she used to take off from Pa to Missouri all by herself serval times a year. You are doing quite well and I listen to you on the breakfast Club from time to time. I have also used several of your helpful videos on the 7300 digital modes.
It’s nice to hear from you and thank you for commenting here.
I’m glad your wife is doing well. I bet I know how she feels. To most everyone I look and sound normal, but I still have the effects from it and I notice it. I am grateful to be better, because it could be worse.
These days I can only drive about 200 miles a day and I use to drive 500 miles. Driving shorter distances gives me a chance to see things I wouldn’t normally, so again grateful for the way it is.
Best wishes to you and your wife.