Net Reports — Both WB9LYH and K8TQK Have 18 Check-Ins

  7:15am Thursday —
  Still am all stuffed up this morning… just glad this cold never turned into the flu. 

   Both our long-range net controls had 18 check-ins last night.  Let’s get to the report.
   WB9LYH on 144.240 at 0100Z from EN54cl reported strong signals with good propagation.  Also notice  3 new all-time check-ins…  N9OLT EN64;  KC9CLM and KB9PSE EN52;  WE9K EN62;  K9CCL EN61;  KY9E and WB9TFH EN53;  KC8ZJL EN71;  N0PB EM39;  WA9BNZ EN40;  N0IRS and KD0FEI EM29;  WB0YWW EN22;  N9KOR and N8MD EN44;  N9GLO EN45;  K0SIX EN35 and W0ANH EN47. 
   Want to acknowledge new check-ins KC9CLM and KB9PSE from the area (roughly) between Madison and Milwaukee, plus N9GLO who’s been trying to get on board from EN45, Rice Lake, in northwest WI.   Thanks for your interest and welcome to 2m SSB.  

    *I already know I will be taking the 144.240 net next Wed., Feb. 1st, at 0100Z.  Look toward EN63ao, or 40 miles north of Milwaukee*

    K8TQK’s 18 check-ins last night were:  N8WNA EN82;  VE3VII FN03;  W2UAD FN13;  NF8O, K8GDT and KD8FHY EN91;  WT8E, W8WG and K1YAK EM89;  W3BFC FM18;  AA4DD EM86;  KI4ROF EM55;  WA4REE EM65;  N4PPG EM76;  KY4MRG EM77;  N0PB EM39;  WB9LYH EN54 and KA0KYZ EN33. 
    Looks like KE4LGL has a new callsign — KY4MRG.  Must stand for Kentucky-4 + his initials. 

    Good groups for the dead of winter.  Thanks for all the check-ins fellows and don’t be strangers to the bands at other times.  We’re all about promoting more overall activity, at any time.   Get on, call your own CQ’s, rotate the beams, call in all directions.  If we had dozens of weak-signal ops who would do this at any old time, we wouldn’t need nets to ensure activity.

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