Chicken Time!


Great group today at Ryan’s with Sharon and Christina visiting, which means there was a lot of laughing and witty wicked fast associations. Yes the pipe is still above ground!

If you are feeling down and tired let Sharon and Christina lighten you up, it works on me.

Jason has invested in a Gordon West publication.

Early coming pays off again….three drumsticks!

Virgil is camping in the park and John visited yesterday and had my coffee.


This was Virgil’s dinner yesterday.


And tonight is the LoCoARC club meeting at 7:00PM. Hopefully we will see SLM there.

Still struggle with WordPress. I am open for comments on lay-out and content.


Day two. Slowly learning to configure WordPress blog.

Today I wonder why I started this blog. WordPress is a fantastic tool with thousands of options. Fortunately they have an online chat where you can ask questions. Also there are great tutorials available. Nevertheless it is a tedious trial and error experience. Old dog and so on!

I managed to add some pictures under Virgil’s contraptions in the sidebar, I hope he likes it.

Tomorrow we have Hams Eating Chicken again, Sharon and Christina are coming, but not Virgil. He has just raised a tent in the park and will stay there with his lovely dog for a few nights QRP-ing.



Welcome to Hams Eating Chicken Blog.

Every Thursday around 11:15am a group of amateur radio operators meet at Ryan’s in Columbus, MS. While eating chicken and other dishes we having a great time together.

Amateur radio operators are called hams, hence Hams Eating Chicken.

Some of us are members of the KC5ULN LoCoARC in Columbus, but that is not required at all. We welcome everybody, the more the better. If you have some relation to Ham Radio or not you are welcome.

Our discussions are like the winds over the ocean, changing directions all the time and occasionally turning in circles. If you have time and in the area please join us.

Amateur Radio is the first social network, more than 100 years in existence.

The intent with the blog is to be a fun place, where we all contribute.