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11 meter is very quiet?


tell the devil im gettin there as fast as i can,r
Jun 30, 2018
Lottsa activity saturday,havnt fired er up this mournin ...yet


Down in the mud invasive species
Nov 11, 2016
Had a few short QSO's from Midwest to New England this morning 27.485 LSB.......

@1600 EST it's crickets.........
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$upporting Member KO4RJD....WDX-556
Aug 30, 2018
Silver Hill NC (Population 4,061)
Not had a chance for much radio time for several days now. Did make two contacts in Iowa yesterday and one in Jamaica.

Then took my two horizontal wire dipoles down. Getting two trees cut down and they were in harms way. Temporarily have no flat-side capability now...just my A99. :(
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Feb 17, 2015
Where the West Begins.
On AM it was again valuable to have chased radio details in the big truck: a 76-mile head start on an accident having closed SB IH35 in Oklahoma.

Just barely caught a discussion among locals (150 air mile driving range) about the wreck.

Atlas told me an easy detour, but radio reports closer in from NB drivers left me unsure of what exit to use. So, used X29 and learned as I drove that the accident was at MM21. Re-entered roadway at MM15.

Total backup was four (4) miles in length. I made it to receiver the time I’d planned. Had I lost the 15-16” others did, I’d have missed the open dock door I was assigned. (Lost 4”.)

Another driver (NB) and I exchanged info on what to tell other SB drivers up north of MM30. Loud & Proud doing its thing.

Just barely enough driving hours today to get to second receiver then a long ways to drop empty trailer at secured yard.

In D/FW traffic from first drop till home. I’m 37-miles from home. But it’ll be 137-miles to get there.

What we do to get twelve (12) tons of Twinkies delivered (not a joke). Winds and ice yesterday. Accidents lining the road south. Stop early, start early and then . . . .

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  • @ BJ radionut:
    Ham radio operators (VHF/UHF) should pay attention to enhanced radio propagation paths throughout the middle latitudes and equatorial region, a common occurrence following such events. :coffee: (y)
  • @ BJ radionut:
    Had "Aurora" propagation on CW/SSB on 6m last evening. (300-700m range here) The 2m guys had lots of Ducting/TROPO between the East Coast and Gulf Coast op's, even early today.
  • @ Roadstar:
    good morning to all :)
  • @ BJ radionut:
    I am Soooo Lonely here. :ROFLMAO: (y):coffee: