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Amateur Radio This Week: 2019.30   Leave a comment

This week, I was relatively active on 20 meters.  I drove from Rio Rancho, NM, to Anaheim, CA, and I ran counties until I could not get any responses.  I knew there was a county hunter net running, but I lost contact with the net control operators.  Instead, I posted spots when I had an internet connection, but I was also in a remote area, so connections were sparse.

When I was in some of the larger counties and was finished running the county, I switched over to 144.200 MHz SSB and tried to give out some VHF grid squares, though I made no contacts

In addition to this, I had an eyeball QSO with fellow county hunters, K7SEN and AB7NK.  They were headed east on I-40 and I was headed west, so we met up at a truck stop for a quick chat.

Thank you for reading my post.