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Open: This is the RAIN Hamcast Podcast #91 for June 17, 2023;I'm --/Ka0---. Gordon West, WB6NOA is one of the most recognizable hams in Amateur Radio today. Few Amateur Radio operators have successfully carved out a career, criss-crossing America, both promoting and teaching ham radio to the masses. If you listened to RAIN Hamcasts #89&90, you already know Gordo is a pretty darn good story teller. In this RAIN Hamcast we return to a 2019 conversation QSOToday Founder and Producer Eric Guth, 4Z1UG had with Gordo...about Gordo. Here's our third and final excerpt from that conversation. BREAK: You're listening to our third and final excerpt from a presentation voiced by Gordon West, WB6NOA...about himself. We'll conclude Gordo's thoughts after station i.d. This is RAIN Hamcast podcast #91 for June 17, 2023. I'm Kent Peterson, KC0DGY. We'll be right back. CLOSE; And that's all for RAIN Hamcast podcast #91 for June 17, 2023. This time we completed our third and final excerpt from a 2019 conversation between QSOToday Founder and Producer, Eric Guth, 4Z1UG and Amateur Radio's cheerleader and embassador, Gordon West, WB6NOA. You can hear Eric's hour-long conversation with Gordo on qsotoday.com (q-s-o Today.com. Episode 264; that's Episode 264. Audio courtesy of QSO Today. This entertaining presentation was first heard on Eric's weekly hour-long interview series, QSOToday podcast in August, 2019 (Episode 264). By popular demand RAIN brought you two excerpts from that conversation originally in podcasts 20&21. RAIN Hamcast #92 will post July 1, 2023. RAIN Founder, Hap Holly/KC9RP, edits and produces this biweekly ham radio hamcast without monetization. Your support via PayPal and feedback on therainreport.com are appreciated. ©1985-2023 RAIN All rights reserved. I'm Kent Peterson, KC0DGY bidding you very 73 from the Radio Amateur Information Network. Keep on hamming!
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