Spent the day catching up on some stuff.
*Cleaned my Kimber 1911
*Cleaned my wife's TRR-8 revolver
And started building the little "Digital Modes Sound Card Interface" for the Kenwood TS-940 we use on the Iowa for CW. The guy who donated it used to be a RTTY operator "Back In The Day", and was blown away when I told him you no longer need a "HAL Interface"
and a lumbering Model 19 Teletype machine to operate Radio Teletype ("RTTY") any longer.
These days, a PC is used to generate and decode audio frequencies corresponding to "Mark" and "Space", and the audio signals are sent to/received from the audio circuits of the radio.
The "nice" thing about doing it this way is that you're no longer limited by the hardware you have to just RTTY. You can also transmit and receive Slow Scan TV, PSK-31, WEFAX, and many other "Digital Modes" on the ham bands.
After I finish and test the little interface, I'll post a few pictures of it.