Wed. 144.240, Mon. 144.252 and Tues. 222 Net Reports

   8:10 Thur. morning

   Lots to type up. 
   WB9LYH had 22 check-ins last night.  That’s a really good night.  Looking thru the check-ins list, I don’t see any big DX, but I sure see nice participation in all directions.  Just think if most nights, you had 10-15 guys in different states calling CQ on their own…

   WB9LYH’s check-ins were:  N4PZ, N9NMS and KC9CLM EN52;  N9OLT EN64;  N8WNA EN82;  WJ8L EN72;  K9GY, N9JBW, KC9RIO and K9CCL EN61;  KB9NPT EN62;  W8SOL and K9PBR EN71;  W9WZJ EM69;  KA9DVX EN51;  WA9BNZ and W9BBP EN40;  KG1X EN42;  W0HXL EN21;  KG0SJ EN22 and VE3KRP EN58.   The 22nd check-in Mark sent me via email is W8TBW, which says isn’t a valid call.  If someone knows who W8TBW really was, send a comment or email and I’ll get it corrected.  

    Want to welcome at least 4 new calls to the net last night.   N4PZ, K9GY, KB9NPT and K9PBR all checked in with WB9LYH for the 1st time last night.  I like to tease people that I get a buck-two-eighty for every new all-time check-in so last night was a whopper payday for us!!   
    I’m certain K9LQZ wasn’t able to safely operate last night from EM68.  Better luck with the weather next week.  
   As far as I know right now, WB9LYH and K9LQZ will be on 144.240 again, next Wed.   Of course, I’ll update by Tuesday with any new info. 

    K8TQK called his 144.252 net as usual on Monday night @8:30pm eastern, from EM89, southern OH.  Bob had 14 check-ins:  VE3VII FN03;  WD8CHR EN90;  W2UAD FN13;  AC3L/M FN00;  AB8EL EN80;  W8WG and KD8DJE EM89;  WA4REE EM65;  KI4ROF EM55;  KB9RDS and WB8ART EM79;  N4PPG EM76;  KC9CLM and WB9LYH EN52.   
    K8TQK also reported the following activity in conjunction with 222 Tuesday, which is the national activity night on/near 222.100 SSB or 223.500 FM simplex.   N8WNA, N8AIA and K8VFV EN82;  WB4IXU EM86;  KD8KCF and N8DJB EN81; and WA4NJP EM84.  
   You want more info about 222 Tuesday?  You want to help spread the word to your area?  Go right ahead, that’s the whole reason this blog exists, to motivate others to improve weak-signal V/UHF activity levels.  222 Tuesday info is here:

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