I was working from a really really bad location and just jumped on to give
others some points. 2Q's 1 grid. An evening on the radio is better than an
evening in the office by a long shot.
I had just done two FM repeater nets and didnt bother rotating my beams to HH.
I will be up for the 220 but only on FM, no SSB 220 gear. I will be SSB HH for
the the 70cm sprint and plan on going to a high spot (still in the city though)
for both the 220 and 70cm sprints. Great fun. Man there were a lot of CW
operators out there. Not so much on phone but thats a reflection of my location
I suspect. I did copy my first CW that wasnt WA1W slow code, a huge boost to
the confidence and makes me want to practice more.
Fun Fun Fun
From: Mike Metroka <VHFrover@aol.com>
To: nosigma <firstname.lastname@example.org>; vhfcontesting <email@example.com>
Sent: Tue, Apr 18, 2017 8:05 pm
Subject: RE: [VHFcontesting] April 17 2M sprint log submission
John KM4KMU Said: Does anyone know where I can find an online log form to
submit the score?
Submitting a log for any of the VHF Sprints is simple. Go to 3830scores.com
and click on the 144MHz Spring Sprint button on the left side of the page
under "Current Contests". The submittal form will appear. Fill in all of
the red outlined boxes and hit the submit score button at the bottom of the
If you would like to see how you stacked up against others, click on the
"Home" button in the upper left of the page then in the "Summaries of
Current Contest" section at the top of the page, click on the 144 MHz Spring
Thanks for joining in on the Sprint fun and best of luck in the remaining
four Spring Sprints,
Mike WB8BZK & Kent KA2KQM
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