[amsat-bb] Re: NEED CONTACT WITH MAINE AND RHODE ISLAND FORW.A.SAWARD!
n3tl at bellsouth.net
Tue Jul 28 05:19:05 PDT 2009
Great news! I hope you will be able to work AO-7 because she is the only satellite with a footprint big enough to stretch to EM84.
If not, I'm confident that plenty of operators in the western U.S. will be excited to have you active from Hawaii on the FM satellites.
Rest assured ... I'll stay in touch!
Thank you again,
-------------- Original message from Adrian Engele <aa5uk at yahoo.com>: --------------
> Your wish may come true. I was going to wait a few more months but I will let
> the "cat out of the bag" now.;)
> I am planning to go to Hawaii next March, 2010. I have not made travel arrangements yet but current plans are to visit Oahu, Kauai and Big Island for my annual scuba vacation. If I go, I should be there for about 2 weeks. Possible Grids are: BL01, BL02, BL11, BL20, BK29 and time permitting with some
> nudging BK19. Sorry no Maui this time, I was there 2 years ago.
> I would appreciate hearing back from anybody who has worked from these grids or
> any advice for this Dxpedition due to the short passes. I enjoyed so much working from EK99 earlier in the year, that I am seriously
> considering doing another expedition to some exotic grids like BL and BK.
> 73, Adrian
> From: "n3tl at bellsouth.net"
> To: amsat-bb at wd9ewk.net; amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 7:37:45 PM
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: NEED CONTACT WITH MAINE AND RHODE ISLAND FOR W.A.SAWARD!
> Hi Patrick,
> I've been in touch with him to provide information on the stations I'm aware of.
> Congratulations on WAS!!!! Good for you. I doubt seriously there are too many
> Satellite WAS awards earned via LEO satellites exclusively. That's quite an
> Speaking of which ... I'd like to formally request BK29 as one of your rare
> grids to activate on the next expedition..... ;-)
> 73 and congrats again,
> Tim - N3TL
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