Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Happy 14th Birthday to my Son Dakota

Happy 14th Birthday Dakota!

I want to wish my son Dakota a very happy 14th birthday. He will be on his way to Detroit Michigan today with his mom to watch the Red Wings play at Joe Lois Arena in Detroit Michigan.  I hope he has fun and enjoy's the game.

Detroit Red Wings

Friday, October 31, 2014

W9L- Legion club to host on-air tribute to veterans

Members of The American Legion Amateur Radio Club (TALARC) will operate on short-wave radio from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m., using the Federal Communications Commission specially-issued radio call sign – W9L – from National Headquarters in Indianapolis. Any ham radio operators (and shortwave listeners) who contact the station are eligible to receive an attractive commemorative certificate

For more information on the event click here

Friday, September 19, 2014

Work continues on the diverging diamond interchange on Dupont Road in Fort Wayne

Work is continuing on the diverging diamond here in Fort Wayne Indiana.

* Dupont Road will be closed from 8pm on 09/19/2014 until 6am on 9/22/2014.   This is the first phase of the change over to the diverging pattern.  When it reopens on Monday there will be one lane open each way.

* Dupont Road will again be close the weekend of  09/26 from 8pm to 6am on Monday 09/29/2014 for the second phase of the diverging pattern and when reopened both lanes will be open.

* The final phase will be to complete the center pedestrian area.  That work will continue.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

New "Youth" class Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) license coming in 2015

In an effort to draw more young people to the hobby of Ham Radio the FCC is creating a new license class for youths under 18 years of age.  It will be called the "Textichian" class license.  You can read about by clicking on the link below.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Work is continuing on this project.  Not sure I like this idea, but the idea is to improve traffic flow. The claim is it will improve efficiency and safety.  It may work out great.  I just wonder how many accidents might occur by people who have never seen one getting confused..  It has been interesting trying to get through this area while the construction is going on.   I live just a mile or so from this point and go through the construction zone every day on my way to work.