[amsat-bb] Re: KD8KSN/8 EN90/EM99 Tomorrow (Friday 17)
zack.kd8ksn at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 18 07:26:14 PST 2010
Thanks for the QSOs yesterday while I was in EN90/EM99 - 30 QSOs were made
on 5 different passes. I don't like typing things twice, so if you want some
brief details about the trip, feel free to check out my QRZ page.
The current plan is to QSL everyone in the log, so no requests/SASEs needed.
The cards are being printed right now. There is a sample on my QRZ page if
you would like to get a look. I would expect them to show up in your mailbox
within 2-3 weeks.
In the meantime, feel free to send me an email if you want to make sure I
have you in the log, otherwise I will be QSLing everyone.
From: Zachary Beougher
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2010 7:55 AM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] KD8KSN/8 EN90/EM99 Tomorrow (Friday 17)
I will be operating portable from the EN90/EM99 gridline tomorrow afternoon
from about 1800z-2045z. I know these are not rare grids, but I have spoken
with a few of you that need them. I finally got a little break in school,
so it sounded like a good time to make a road trip.
Here are the passes I am planning to be on:
HO68 – 1805z – 8* (This will be a good pass to work some of the far
northwestern North American stations)
AO27 – 1837z – 73*
SO50 – 1850z – 13*
AO27 – 2019z – 12*
SO50 – 2030z – 81*
If this is a new grid(s) for anyone, just send me an email, and as long as
you are in the log, I will send you a card. No need for a return card.
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