[amsat-bb] Re: ND9M/P: DM35 / DM36

Rick Tejera saguaroastro at cox.net
Mon Jul 25 17:44:52 PDT 2011


Hope to catch you again soon from a rare grid. Seems whenever you're out
there, I can't get on the air for whatever reason.

When are you working SSB? I need a few rare counties in AZ for the AZ Worked
all Counties award.  Are you planning on being on Sat or Phone in any of the
following counties before heading out:

Yuma (I know that ones been done, just throwing it in for completeness ;))
Thanks for the opportunities you give or us to grab rare grids.

Hope you're enjoying the trip.

Clear Skies

Rick Tejera
Saguaro Astronomy Club
Phoenix, Arizona
saguaroastro at cox.net 
K7TEJ, AMSAT 38452

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Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2011 21:35
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Subject: [amsat-bb] ND9M/P: DM35 / DM36

Cori and I will be on from DM36 (possibly the grid line with DM35) on AO27
tomorrow (Monday) at 25/2043Z (approx turn on at 2047Z). Later on, we'll
head south a bit and be on from DM34 and then green stamper DM33 after that.
I don't know what pass(es) that will be however, but I know that Patrick,
WD9EWK, has got those two pretty well covered anyway.

We're still running all Arizona counties on HF CW and SSB, which really puts
a dent in efficient grid ops, but we'll be turning toward the northeast in a
couple days. Then we'll head for the much-in-demand DM66 grid in NM shortly
after that.

Also, now that we're back in AZ, tracking via APRS (ND9M-7) is more reliable


Jim, ND9M / VQ9JC
Flagstaff, AZ / DM66

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