Marsha, Marsha, Marsha

A few folks have asked about Marsha – what she’s up to when she is not posing in outfits from around the world to illustrate her recipes.

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  1. Always a pleasure to see Marsha, tho that first pic is a bit scary. Somebody’s in trouble. As an dabbler in collecting and restoring early transistor radios, good to see that somebody hasn’t forgotten them. Take care, Ozfoxes!

  2. Marsha doesn’t look too happy in that first one.

    I remember transistor radios and phones that actually had cords. One of my grandmothers had rotary phones at her house. My parents have been pilots over twenty five years, so I remember doing radio navigation in the days before GPS. We had to take a fix off two different radio beacons and plot our location on a map. Dial in one beacon on one navigation radio and pick its signal up, then do the same on the second unit. Each unit would give you the distance, time and heading to the radio beacon (provided it was working properly). To verify that, you would listen on the frequency (each beacon transmitted on a different frequency) for the three letter identifier in morse code. It was a learning experience (and they never had to tell us how long till we would get there)!

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