[amsat-bb] Traveling through EM grids

R.T.Liddy k8bl at ameritech.net
Mon Apr 17 14:11:07 UTC 2017

I need many of those Grids, so I'll be looking for you. Many of themhave been on my yearly route from my Daughter in TX to my Brotherin FL. I've found that the far back end of the many Truck Stops alongthe highways is a good spot to set up and be out of the way since it'sa long walk for drivers to get to the building. However, it's NOT a goodarea to be in at night. Safe travels!!
73,   Bob  K8BL

      From: Matthew Stevens <matthew at mrstevens.net>
 To: amsat-bb at amsat.org 
 Sent: Sunday, April 16, 2017 11:50 PM
 Subject: [amsat-bb] Traveling through EM grids
I will be leaving next Sunday afternoon (Apr. 23) for a trip to EM22 in Texas. Driving, I will likely be traveling through EL89, EM80/70/60/50/51/52/42/32/22. I'll have linear and FM capabilities along the way.

This is a family trip with a deadline for our arrival in TX...so not a lot of time for stops. However, if you need any of these grids send me an email off list. I've gotten a few requests for EM52/42, and EM60. No promises on anything, but if I know what people need I'll try and accommodate as much as possible!


- Matthew kk4fem

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