- I'm back home safely in EN10rt. We took some tumbleweeds as far as
North Platte one of my co-pilots pulled the last remaining stowaways.
I have some great pictures--one of which came out so unbelievably well
that I just have to find a place to put it on the web. You'll see what
Working from memory I have 9 stations in the log on 2m, plus a few I
worked on 6m Es Sunday night. I wish I had more time to play, but
that's how it goes sometimes. As far as a signals were concerned. I
pretty much licked my computer-induced RFI, save for a killer birdie
that keep drifting around the frequencies I tried to use.
BTW, everyone needs to check their CW-ID tone frequencies. I KNOW some
of you have them in the 800 Hz range, and that looks like a ST message
if you catch a rock at the right time. It caused some confusion at
times--the 200-300Hz range should work just fine and won't confuse
I'll let you know of any upcoming "miniexpeditions" in the next couple