From: George Gingell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I didn't have a chance to Measure it or purchase one, as the XYL was ready
to leave. We were shopping in a Hallmark (Tm) Card Store this afternoon.
They had a display with Tins of Altoids. OH! Yes, So What? We have seen
everything in Altoids Tins... But this one is QRPp :^}
Marked Altoids "Tiny Tin" Both Flavors Peppermint or Wintergreen.
Size Approximately 1-1/2" by 2-1/2" by 1/2" deep. I did not have time to
purchase any yet. ($ 2.50 each). Remember, it is not the Mints, It is the
Thought that Counts. :^}
Sir George, The First :^}
QRP DX TU (C) 1986, G. "Danny" Gingell, K3TKS@ abs.net
Former QRP A.R.C.I. Net Manager and Board of Director Member.
Gingell & Company, Ltd. Small Business Telephone Systems
Commercial Locksmith Services (301) 572-6789 Office & Fax
George D. Gingell, Jr. 3052 Fairland Road, Silver Spring, MD 20904-7117
Maryland Milliwatt Club QRP Reference Library, (301) 572-6789 IQRR #1
Maryland Milliwatt Club Founder and Trustee of Club Station - WQ3RP -
Grid Square FM19mb 76.94 W - 39.06 N Silver Spring, MD 20904 QRPea.A.
Collector of Quartz Crystals and Telegraph Keys.
"72" = "Wishing You Good QRP" (C) 1991 Oleg Borodin, RV3GM
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