KC9BQA Calls 144.240 Long-Range Net at 7pm Central Tonight

   10:00am Wed.  
   (Note to myself @10:30am on Dec. 28th — WB9LYH ended up taking this net; Mark got home in time) 

    A blizzard is due in here by late tonight and thru tomorrow.  If you know me, that means I’m excited. 

    But before that starts, I should be able to call the net tonight.   Hope to stir up plenty of activity tonight. 
    I will be on 144.240 at 7pm central, from 40 miles north of Milwaukee.  I start out looking N, then NE, E, SE, S, SW, W and NW.   Usually takes me about an hour to make the full circuit, depending on activity levels.   I realize conditions tonight might not be very good off to the west and southwest, where the snowstorm will already be underway. 

    I haven’t heard from K8TQK, which means his 144 rotor is still broken.   No 144.252 net from EM89 Ohio tonight.  I will advise here when I get good news from Bob.  

    Plan on me taking the 144.240 net on Dec. 26th, also.   When we start getting a January schedule firmed up, you know I’ll post it here. 

    IF YOU HAVEN’T VISITED THE WEBSITE IN A FEW WEEKS… scroll down this front page to a post I made back on Nov. 30th.   I have a list of updates at that post. 
    Remember the ARRL VHF Contest is Jan 19-20th, 2013.   http://www.arrl.org/january-vhf

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