144.240 Net Reports From 4/25 to 5/23

8:30am Monday

I will get caught up with the net reports in segments.  Here’s the first one this morning:
Back on Wed., April 25th, 144.240 net control WB9LYH reported, “There were some guys on despite the 432 sprint.  Signals are better with the advancing season.  Checkins were WA6TMJ and N9XKH EN52;  WA9JML EN51;  KG9AP EM59;  WA9BNZ and W9BBP EN40;  AC0RA and N9RXM EN41 and N9JBW EN61.”

On May 2nd, Mark’s emailed net report talked about storms, “Severe static from storms in S WI and N IL.  Checkins were K9CCL EN61;  N9RXM EN41;  N0RWR EN42;  W9BBP and WA9BNZ EN40 and WB9TFH EN53.”

On May 9th, WB9LYH noted, “No storms tonite, better signals.  Checkins were WA9JML and N9ABR EN51;  AB9QH and KC9VHD EN62;  N9IYV, K9CCL, N9KKF, W9SUS and WA9HIR EN61;  KC9RAP EN63;  N9EM EN53;  WA9BNZ EN40;  N9RXM EN41;  KC9AP EM59 and KC9TNK EN44.
Mark continued, “The tulips are blossoming, grass is green, propagation hasn’t caught up to spring yet.”

May 16th brought more spring  — “Warm weather and with it better conditions.  Checkins were K9ILU and W9SUS EN61;  WA9JML EN51;  KC9VHD EN62;  WB8LNG EM79;  W9YZU EM69;  W8SOL EN71;  KG9AP EM59;  WB0SWQ and W9BBP EN40 and N0RWR EN42.”

May 23rd had even better news — “The season has begun.  Good propagation.  There was some tropo a few days ago.  Checkins were WA9JML EN51;  K9CCL, N9IYV, N9JBW and N9KKF EN61;  W9YZU EM69;  K8TQK EM89;  KC9VHD EN62;  W8SOL EN71;  N0RWR EN42;  KG9AP EM59;  W9BBP, WA9BNZ and WB0SWQ EN40;  N9RXM, K9EYU and NG9K EN41 and KC9TNK EN44.”
KC9BQA adds, I see 18 checkins here.  That’s a great group.  Glad so many hams are getting on 2 meter SSB.

On May 30th, N9XKH Dennis in EN52il filled in as alternate net control.  Dennis doesn’t send net reports, but I hope he had lots of checkins.

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