The words are superimposed over a photo of a golfer in full follow through. The phrase can be found in other places around the picturesque property as well. It even appears on the room keys for resort guests. Such a boast is as simple as it is grand.
Hams Gone Wild: Amateur Radio Field Day | Hackaday
It is not a complete account, covering the first third, by ship from Europe to New York City. The middle leg of the trip is documented in Across the Plains with the final part covered in The Silverado Squatters The Amateur Emigrant was written in and was not published in full until , one year after his death. In July , Robert Louis Stevenson received word that his future American wife's Fanny Vandegrift divorce was almost complete and she was ready to remarry, but that she was seriously ill.
People seem to think hams sit in a dark room at a desk heavy with radio gear, banging out Morse code into late into the night and heedless of the world outside the window. All of which sort of sounds like hard-core gaming, really. And while that image certainly applies in a lot of cases, hams do like to get out and about at least once a year. That day is upon us with the Amateur Radio Field Day. Hams across North America reserve the fourth full weekend of each June to tear themselves out of their shacks and get into the world to set up operations in some kind of public venue, generally a park or other green space.