--- Bob Bruninga <bruninga@...
> Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 12:48:32 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Bob Bruninga <bruninga@...>
> To: <ka6bsa@...>
> CC: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: [scoutradio] Teaching Morse Code to
> Scout Troop
> On Fri, 28 Sep 2001 ka6bsa@... wrote:
> > Our troop has a camping trip planned and the
> younger boys want to
> > have a "signaling" activity using Morse code with
> flashlights at
> > night. None of the them (or the adult leaders)
> know the code...
> > Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Teach a small simple subset.
> Plan the activity so that at each point along the
> "event" they send a
> signal to convey some kind of info. THus, they dont
> need to send plain
> text, but they will send "mesages".
> Teaching them the letters for
> SOS, OK, NO, GO L (for go left) or GO R for go
> Or R for roger...
> Keep it simple and they will LOVE IT!
> de WB4APR, Bob
Thank you Bob, I also like the idea of having the boys
learn the letters for the initials of their name, so
that can be part of the "message" too. I am still
trying to think of how this communication activity
could be included into a short night hike or outdoor
-Loren Mitchell, K6BK
KA6BSA, Scripps Ranch, CA
Scout Radio KA6BSA, Scripps Ranch CA
Station Trustee: K6BK Mitch
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