NoGa Mobile Lunch

October 2, 2001

Several Noganauts went over to help Ray, N4HOI, install his new GAP antenna and put his TS-450sat on the air.  Ray was nice enough to treat the group to lunch and proceded to chaffeur them in his 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe.  Deluxe means that it has a rumble seat.  Ray was gracious enough to let Pickett, AD4S, drive the NoGa Mobile back to his house after lunch.

Thanks to Paul, K4HCM, for the pictures below.


Pickett, AD4S, on the roof finishing up the antenna install.

You should have seen the first ladder.

The GAP Eagle Antenna.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Pickett, AD4S, showing Ray, N4HOI, the ins and outs of the TS-450sat.

Close up of the operating position.

More operating review.

Check the picture of a young Ray on the shelf behind Russ===>


Ray, N4HOI and Russ, AE4NY, wowed by Pickett's straight key ability.

Ray, N4HOI, and his 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe... the NoGa Mobile.

NoGa antenna installation team.  Russ, AE4NY, Paul, K4HCM and Pickett, AD4S.