Last Night’s Net Reports

   12:15pm Thur.

   WB9LYH had 13 check-ins last night.  Mark felt that the thunderstorms off to his south and southeast created better propagation at times.   It was interesting.  
    Please remember that we’ve now switched to our summer hours.  All 144.240 nets will start one hour later now.  WB9LYH runs from about 0100-0200Z, or an 8pm central/9pm eastern start. 

    WB9LYH’s check-ins were:  N9OLT EN64;  N8WNA EN82;  KC8YJB and K8GDT EN91;  K8TQK EM89;  W9APE and KC9BQA EN63;  N8DJB EN81;  W8SOL EN71;  WA9BNZ EN40;  KG0SJ EN22;  W0ANH EN47 and K0SIX EN35.  
    Considering there were thunderstorms in every direction except west and north, this was a great turnout.  We really appreciate your effort, and thanks for being out there. 

    W0WFH in EM48ck did get on about 8:20pm.  He had bad noise with thunderstorms a county north of him.  With that region really being under the gun, it was a slow night.  W0WFH did work KF0M in EM17. 

    We will be back next Wed. with the 144.240 nets.   Expect WB9LYH EN54, K9LQZ EM68 and W0WFH EM48.  What we’re trying to accomplish is spelled out in the post below. 

    What we need is your help in spreading the word across the southern/central Plains, the Ohio Valley, the northern parts of Dixie and the Appalachains.

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