Wrightbus I have worked for Wrights for over nine years now and the company is now battling for survival. In a well documented “leak” to Sky News, the company have now appointed Deloitte to find them an investor who is willing to put 30 million pound into the business to allow it to continue trading.… Continue reading You can’t always get what you want
As said last time Martha finally passed her Boat Safety Test, so last weekend me and Lesley went off to Stalham to do so finishing touches and take the boat out. We spent the day on the moorings and decided to go out on the Sunday, it was Alfs first time out the boat so… Continue reading Afloat at last!
After a number of failed attempts to use the radio clubs excellent antenna array for the RSGB’s UKAC tuesda evening contests I managed to get my radio to tune on the 2 metre beam on Tuesday night. My son came along on Tuesday night to assist me and to rescue me in the event that… Continue reading CQ 2 metres
I’m pretty upbeat as I write this, it is amazing what a slight change in the weather can do. I managed to get a fair bit of radio in this week and even broke my record for number of CW QSO’s in one day, this is now eight. For the last couple of months I… Continue reading Spring is here at last
Another week flies by with not too much going on. However, on Thursday I returned to morse classes, the main reason for this was to return the trophy I won last year. My badge will stay on there but this year it will be passed on to another newcomer to morse. I enjoyed the class… Continue reading First Transatlantic CW QSO
Things are starting to settle down now with the 32 new Borisbuses, there are still a few teething problems to sort out but it is certainly going the right way. The lost mileage has been decreasing all week and the amount of defects being reported to us overnight is also going down. I reckon another… Continue reading Life’s good