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  • Larry Makoski
    ARRL DX Contest got you down? Itching to get in a CW contest; but the speeds are just a tad too high for you? We have the answer! This Sunday night is the
    Message 1 of 7 , Feb 16, 2013
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      ARRL DX Contest got you down? Itching to get in a CW contest; but the speeds are just a tad too high for you? We have the answer!

      This Sunday night is the Februaryt 2013 Run For The Bacon. That friendly lil' ol' QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club International. Join us for a spell to have some fun and to say "Hi" to friends, old and new.

      The time is the same as always:

      East coast - 9:00 to 11:00 PM local time
      Midwest - 8:00 to 10:00 PM local time
      Rockies - 7:00 to 9:00 PM local time
      West coast - 6:00 to 8:00 PM local time

      The rules are at:

      http://fpqrp.org/pigrun/

      And to all Flying Pig members, this is a great opportunity to work a bunch of your fellow piggies and then enter your contacts into the WAP log.

      Keep in mind to keep checking 7.030.7 MHz for those who are operating crystal controlled Pig Rigs.

      73 de Larry W2LJ
      FP# 612
      QRP ARCI# 4488
    • Larry Makoski
      Faith and Begorra! I hope yourself will be wearin a bit o the green and will be joining the rest of us fine Piggies for the March edition of the RFTB, this
      Message 2 of 7 , Mar 16, 2013
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        Faith and Begorra!

        I hope yourself will be wearin' a bit o' the green and will be joining the rest of us fine Piggies for the March edition of the RFTB, this Sunday night - St. Paddy's Day.

        Me darlin' mother-in-law, who was born and bred in Donegal explained to me that the American custom of eating corned beef and cabbage came about because the original Irish immigrants to these fine shores couldn't afford the traditional St. Paddy's Day meal - ham.

        HAM?!? Why we'd be cannibals, we Piggies would be!

        So join us for that friendly lil' ol' QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club International. Join us for a spell to have some fun and to say "Hi" to friends, old and new.

        The time is the same as always:

        East coast - 9:00 to 11:00 PM local time
        Midwest - 8:00 to 10:00 PM local time
        Rockies - 7:00 to 9:00 PM local time
        West coast - 6:00 to 8:00 PM local time

        The rules are at:

        http://fpqrp.org/pigrun/

        And to all Flying Pig members, this is a great opportunity to work a bunch of your fellow piggies and then enter your contacts into the WAP log.

        Keep in mind to keep checking 7.030.7 MHz for those who are operating crystal controlled Pig Rigs.

        And mind you, if you can't be wearin' a bit o' the green, then maybe you join us with a green pint in hand. Happy St. Patrick's Day to all!

        Erin go Bragh

        73 de Larry W2LJ
        FP# 612
        QRP ARCI# 4488
      • Larry Makoski
        Faith and Begorra! I hope yourself will be wearin a bit o the green and will be joining the rest of us fine Piggies for the March edition of the RFTB, this
        Message 3 of 7 , Mar 16, 2013
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          Faith and Begorra!

          I hope yourself will be wearin' a bit o' the green and will be joining the rest of us fine Piggies for the March edition of the RFTB, this Sunday night - St. Paddy's Day.

          Me darlin' mother-in-law, who was born and bred in Donegal explained to me that the American custom of eating corned beef and cabbage came about because the original Irish immigrants to these fine shores couldn't afford the traditional St. Paddy's Day meal - ham.

          HAM?!? Why we'd be cannibals, we Piggies would be!

          So join us for that friendly lil' ol' QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club International. Join us for a spell to have some fun and to say "Hi" to friends, old and new.

          The time is the same as always:

          East coast - 9:00 to 11:00 PM local time
          Midwest - 8:00 to 10:00 PM local time
          Rockies - 7:00 to 9:00 PM local time
          West coast - 6:00 to 8:00 PM local time

          The rules are at:

          http://fpqrp.org/pigrun/

          And to all Flying Pig members, this is a great opportunity to work a bunch of your fellow piggies and then enter your contacts into the WAP log.

          Keep in mind to keep checking 7.030.7 MHz for those who are operating crystal controlled Pig Rigs.

          And mind you, if you can't be wearin' a bit o' the green, then maybe you join us with a green pint in hand. Happy St. Patrick's Day to all!

          Erin go Bragh

          73 de Larry W2LJ
          FP# 612
          QRP ARCI# 4488
        • Larry Makoski
          It s going to be the 3rd Sunday in April! So join us for that friendly lil ol QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 20 5:33 PM
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            It's going to be the 3rd Sunday in April!

            So join us for that friendly lil' ol' QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club International. Join us for a spell to have some fun and to say "Hi" to friends, old and new.

            The time is the same as always:

            East coast - 9:00 to 11:00 PM local time
            Midwest - 8:00 to 10:00 PM local time
            Rockies - 7:00 to 9:00 PM local time
            West coast - 6:00 to 8:00 PM local time

            The rules are at:

            http://fpqrp.org/pigrun/

            And to all Flying Pig members, this is a great opportunity to work a bunch of your fellow piggies and then enter your contacts into the WAP log.

            Keep in mind to keep checking 7.030.7 MHz for those who are operating crystal controlled Pig Rigs.


            73 de Larry W2LJ
            FP# 612
            QRP ARCI# 4488
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