Below is a picture of the new K3S. There are some significant differences that I'm sure will be documented soon. Some of the differences will be mods that can be applied to current K3's, other changes will not. Only minor changes to the appearance of the radio
There are always new things to discover and I came across a neat product for portable QRP practioners. One of the processes to getting efficient in portable QRP operation is to try to figure out a reasonable antenna configuration. Enter PackTenna, www.packtenna.com .
The product is a prepackaged antenna system, including the telescoping 32 ft. pole. The antenna is an innovative design that allows you to configure the antenna as a dipole or a vertical. Check it out.
Finally, I didn't get away without a couple of catches of my own. I found a Navy Flameproof straight-key and a 100 year commemorative version of the Vibroplex Original semi-automatic key. Both are seen below.
So another Dayton experience in the books, can't wait to go again.