Net Reports From Last Night

   I have everyone’s net reports so let’s get the info posted here. 
   Sounds like activity was fairly light.  Guess that isn’t surprising, considering the big band enhancements of the last several weeks have played out.  Plus, I think there’s usually a little drop-off after a contest.  I know I don’t feel like looking at a radio for days after I have a big contest.   That’s just me. 
   K8TQK is now able to use the ON4KST.com chat, which is great.  He simply types his 144.250 net check-ins there and I retrieve them later, using the chat review feature.  Last night, Bob worked:  W2KV FN20;  KD8IME and KC8ZJL EN71;  K8GDT EN91;  KI4ROF EM55;  N8HTW EM79;  KB8TDA EN70;  N8TUH and K8JA EN82. 
   WB9LYH had decent activity with the flagship 144.240 net.  Mark said conditions were up and down.  His 19 check-ins were highlighted by a pair of new EN54 check-ins — KB9IME and K9STN.   Welcome.  N9OLT EN64;  N8JDO EN62;  KC8ZJL and KD8IME EN71;  K8JA EN82;  N9JBW and K9CCL EN61;  W9YZU EM69;  KC9UHY EN62;  KC9HBO EN53;  N0IRS and KD0FEI EM29;  K0JRD EM38;  W9BBP EN40;  KG0SJ EN22;  K0SIX and KC0WHJ EN35.  Want to also welcome KC0WHJ, who has been on the past few weeks. 
   KA0KYZ had 8 check-ins with his 144.230 net.  Terry said he had a pretty noisy band in several directions. 
   His check-ins were:  N9NYA EN43;  N0WJY EN10;  KD0FEI EM29;  KG0SJ EN22;  K0SIX and KC0WHJ EN35;  KB0UCO EN33 and good news — KB9WZJ in EM69 now has his new callsign.  Darin is now W9WZJ.  Glad he kept the ‘WZJ, that’ll keep me on track.

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