I'll be active tonight from EM63nf running 100 watts on 432. Don't
forget that SVHFS rules allow for real-time coordination using e-mail,
chat rooms, reflectors, and telephones during the contest. But only
contacts actually made on the air count or go in the log. You still
gotta work 'em!
For anyone interested, I'd also be happy to try JT65B tropo contacts
when paths get marginal for CW/SSB.
We'll be on early looking for contacts in the Eastern Time Zone, then
follow the clock into the Central Time Zone and the start of our
contest. We're in it for new grids and to have fun.
Please listen for the weak ones and have fun!
Les Rayburn, N1LF
121 Mayfair Park
Maylene, AL 35114
6M VUCC #1712
Grid Bandits #222
Southeastern VHF Society
Central States VHF Society Life Member
Six Club #2484
Active on 6 Meters thru 1296, 10GHz & Light
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