Last Night’s 144.240 and 144.250 Net Reports

   5:30am Thursday —

   I have the net logs from last night; here is the report.  
   WB9LYH reports that guys are starting to remember the earlier start time now.  I hope so, we’ve put in bold print here and in the emails for over a month now.  🙂   Mark reported that conditions were ordinary except for some up and down prop to Indiana and the Omaha areas.   
   Looks like there were 3 new all-time check-ins among the 16 overall…
   KG9NLP EN52 kicked things off.  Welcome to the net.  Also from the Ft. Atkinson (EN52) area was KC9AOV, who made it with 10w.  Then we had K9CCL EN61;  KK7Z EN62;  KC8ZJL EN71;  N0KK EN35;  KY9E EN53 (again, congrats to Bill on his upgrade from WD9ITJ).  Continuing.. K9KHW EN63; W9YZU EM69; W9BBP EN40;  KC9RJI EN41;  WB0YWW EN22;  W0HXL EN21;  WV9E EN43 and N9AAO EN56.  N9AAO is a new call to the net from far northern WI, Conover to be exact.  Welcome to N9AAO.
   Also want to acknowledge one mystery check-in, presumably from EN61.  The call Mark heard was WD9TKE, but that isn’t a valid callsign.  Mark said that the path was a poor one, and something got lost in translation.  If anyone knows what the correct call was, let me know and I’ll be glad to correct it here. 

   K8TQK’s 144.250 net had 13 check-ins:
   K8GDT EN91;  N8WNA EN82;  AC3L/M FN00;  KD8DJE EM89;  K4XA EM86;  WA4REE EM64;  KI4ROF EM55;  W9YZU EM69;  KB8TDA EN70;  WB9LYH EN54;  KC8ZJL EN71 and VA3ELE FN03.  Bob also worked into northern GA (right near the SC border) last night, with W4TMW in EM84.  Very pleased to see the word has spread to that part of Dixie.  Hope we get more and more check-ins from a wider territory.   K8TQK should be workable to many stations in GA, plus western parts of SC and NC.

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