14 April 2012


 Wow!  Just a bit cool and windy at  Christopher Columbus Park, this year and that's why there were a few less than normal, I'm sure.  We had a rain come in and the temperature dropped to about 40 degrees but by picnic time it had warmed up to about 58 or so.  The wind, however, was a bit blustery.  Still, it was pretty good but I'm guessing that it broke up pretty early.  Thanks to the hard work of Chris & Angie, Scotty & Andrew plus Don and others, we had the spring picnic.  Looks like Andrew took a step to the left about the time the group picture was taken...well, we got most of him.

Confucius say "Man who wear pants too low may show ususual smile." (You'll see the picture)

Dedicated to two guys we lost who were very active in the Tucson Ham Radio Picnic.  Jeff - AJ7EF worked hard at every one.  KB5B - Terry instigated the first Ham Radio picnic.  Sorry you fellas couldn't make it.
Jeff - AJ7EF KB5B - Terry
 

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