On Tuesday 15th November 2016 Andrew VK6AS and I had two scheduled Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) presentations to deliver in Melbourne. So it was a fairly early start from Brenton VK3CM’s house at Tangambalanga where we had stayed overnight.
After breakfast we were on the road to Melbourne, a 350 km journey. Along the way we dropped Brenton off in Benalla so that he could pick up his recently worked on Porsche.
Once in Melbourne Andrew and I headed to the clubrooms of the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Amateur Radio Club (FAMPARC). It was a well received presentation and it was nice to catch up with a few people I had spoke with on our but never met in person.
At the end of this presentation we headed to the clubrooms of the Eastern and Mountain District Amateur Radio Club (EMDRC). We enjoyed a sausage sizzle and mixing and chatting with the large number of attendees, before delivering our presentation.
At the conclusion of evening at EMDRC we headed to the home of Lee VK3GK who had kindly offered his house to stay at overnight. Many thanks Lee.