Last Night’s Net Reports

   Let’s start with K8TQK’s 144.250 net report from EM89je, south-central OH.  
   Bob had 10 check-ins and they were:   VE3LPY, N8WNA and K8JA EN82;  K8GDT EN91;  W8WG EM89;  WB8AUK EN80;  KB8NOD EM79;  DX award goes to a couple of Badgers, WB9TFH in EN53 and WB9LYH in EN54. 

  **IF ANYONE KNOWS OF A WAY TO HELP A BLIND PERSON USE THE ON4KST.COM CHAT PAGE, PLEASE LET ME OR K8TQK KNOW**  Bob would love to join the chat, but he doesn’t know how to do it and I surely don’t.  I have emailed ON4KST and all Alain will say is “Telnet is the answer for the blind users: telnet 23000″.   I have no idea what that piece of info means. 

     I had most of the 144.240 net last night.   **WB9LYH WILL TAKE THE 144.240 NET NEXT WED., JUNE 29TH**.   Mark is home and he took over about 0200Z last night.  I had 10 check-ins:  N9OLT EN64;  KB9VUP, WB9TFH and KC9GMF EN53;  K9KEU EN52;  KA9DVX EN51;   KC0PDX EN41;  WB0YWW and KG0SJ EN22  and WB9LYH EN54.   When Mark got on about 0200Z, he heard from KG0SJ and KD0BQK EN22; N8DJB EN81;  KC0RQH and K0SIX EN35.    Mark said signals were very strong to his west.  I’ll be honest — I thought conditions last night were flat. 

    KA0KYZ said he had a comedy of errors on 144.230 last night, but something must have worked, because he had a dozen check-ins.  Terry heard from:   WB9TFH and KC9GMF EN53;  N9OLT EN64;  K9KEU EN52;  KB9WLM EN40;  KC0PDX EN41;  K0SIX and KC0RQH EN35;  KD0BQK, KG0SJ, WB0YWW and WB0YNA all EN22. 

   AGAIN, PLEASE NOTE THAT WB9LYH PLANS ON TAKING THE 144.240 NET JUNE 29TH.   If that changes, I’ll surely put the info up here.  Always check here prior to the nets, just in case I have last-minute changes to share.

   THERE’S PLENTY OF THURSDAY NIGHT ACTIVITY.   It’s all detailed on the June 16th post, about halfway down this “front page”.

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