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Some of us were working to keep food on table or had other commitments which ham rado takes a back seat to.
Patience will eventually pay off.
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From: Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 9:01 PM
Subject: Re: [070Club] Grids
I'm also in a similar situation--a few states with only a small number of grids. To wit:
WA: the infamous CN98
ME: FN56, FN65
MN: EN28, EN38
NE: DN82, DN92
OK: DM86, DM96
Then three each in UT, WY, ID and CO; four each in CA and OR; five in AZ; and more than five in MT, NV, TX, NM, and SD.
Unfortunately I missed a bunch of the N7WE/m and KC3EF/m grids out west because I was at work during those daytime mobile operations.
We're in pretty similar circumstances Jerry. I have 4 states where I only need one grid and 2 states that I need 2. For me the frustration of seeing a call from the grid you need and not being able to work them, is right up there with repeatedly working stations that are only one square off that elusive one you need. Like K8TOM - Tom, or W7PFB - Paul, both from CN97 when I'm dying for CN98. I'm almost ready to offer bribes for them to go portable to CN98 - hi hi!