Both WB9LYH and K8TQK Have 17 Check-Ins to Their Nets

   8am Thursday — 
   Let’s get the net report posted before the markets open up.
   WB9LYH reported good propagation to the east last night with his 144.240 net.   Activity was low in that direction, and I would think weather was a factor.  Much of WI had its first shoveling snowfall yesterday and areas to the east had a hard, windy rain.  At my QTH, we’ve had 1.9″ of liquid precip the past 36 hours. 
   Mark’s 17 check-ins with the 144.240 net were:  N9OLT EN64;  N8WNA EN82;  KC8ZJL EN71;  K9CCL EN61;  W9YZU EM69;  W1JWS EN50;  K0TPP EM48;  WA9BNZ and W9BBP EN40;  KD0FEI EM29;  WB9SLI EN43;  WD9CPY EN54;  W0HXL EN21;  N0DQS AND KG0SJ EN22;  N9KOR EN44 AND KC9AOV EN52. 
   WB9SLI is a new check-in from Richland Center.  Welcome, and thanks for giving 2m SSB more activity.  Plenty of high spots in SW WI; good territory for being a V/UHF’er.  
   K0TPP makes it two weeks in a row where we’ve reached into MO (outside of our loyal KC-metro check-ins).  Hopefully the word will continue to spread. 
   We are always looking for *more*.  More check-ins, more DX, more signals on the air.  More folks who are willing to spread the word and promote weak-signal V/UHF. 

   On 144.250, Bob K8TQK in EM89je (south-central OH) also had 17 check-ins.  They were:  N8WNA EN82;  N8DJB EN81;  KD8FHY, K8GDT AND NF8O EN91;  W2KV FN20;  W8WG, WT8E AND KD8DJE EM89;  WA8CXI EM99;  W3BFC FM18;  K4YA EM86;  W4MTW EM84;  WA4REE EM65;  KI4ROF EM55;  KB8TDA EM70;  WB9LYH EN54.   

   I hope to make some different posts over the next few days.   I want to follow up on the items I listed in a Nov. 1st post.

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