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Re: W3HF/KH2

Steve W3HF
 

From what I can tell, there aren't any military recreation clubs left on the island. I found this blog post from someone who lives near the old Naval club site:

http://www.n2nl.net/?p=435

(Unfortunately that means Jim's AT-1 is long gone. Sorry--I don't think I'll be able to find it in the weeds.)

I'm going to be using the WH2DX club station. This is a private club run by Danny Pobre, KH2JU.

Steve
W3HF

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, Dan Morris <dbm72941mo@...> wrote:

Yes, in a quonset hut but I think they updated it just a bit though -- I had a ball there.

Dan Morris KZ3T
dbm72941mo@...


On Apr 17, 2012, at 9:03 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

Dan,

Was the station still in an old quonset hut?

Jim, W4ATK
On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:35 AM, Dan Morris wrote:

ahhh yes I remember that station very well on Guam. I was stationed there from 72-74 and worked KG6AAY all the time. I used to run the Pacific Net several times from there and also ran many a phone patches for the people at the station back to the states. I believe they had Collins gear at the time.

Dan Morris KZ3T P070# 1065
dbm72941mo@...

On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:46 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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Re: dayton

Joseph Miller <radiodxer2000@...>
 

Way to go, David
 
This year will make my sixth time, and am looking forward to it.
 
On a slightly OT issue, the Feld Hell Club will be making our presence there as well, so if you can, please stop by both.
 
VY 73 de Joe KJ8O PODXS070 #1244 and FHC #2944
 
 


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From: David Westbrook <dwestbrook@gmail.com>
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2012 9:35 PM
Subject: [070] dayton


 
I'm going to my first ham fest!! it's this obscure one in ohio
somewhere in ohio ... "dayton"

i remember listserv postings in the past of 070 gatherings at dayton
... I'm assuming there's a contingent this year, too? looking
forward to meeting some fellow members!

--david
KJ4IZW
070 #1041


Re: W3HF/KH2

Dan Morris <dbm72941mo@...>
 

Yes, in a quonset hut but I think they updated it just a bit though -- I had a ball there.

Dan Morris KZ3T
dbm72941mo@roadrunner.com

On Apr 17, 2012, at 9:03 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

Dan,

Was the station still in an old quonset hut?

Jim, W4ATK
On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:35 AM, Dan Morris wrote:

ahhh yes I remember that station very well on Guam. I was stationed there from 72-74 and worked KG6AAY all the time. I used to run the Pacific Net several times from there and also ran many a phone patches for the people at the station back to the states. I believe they had Collins gear at the time.

Dan Morris KZ3T P070# 1065
dbm72941mo@roadrunner.com

On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:46 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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Re: W3HF/KH2

Jim Rogers <w4atk@...>
 

Dan,

Was the station still in an old quonset hut?

Jim, W4ATK
On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:35 AM, Dan Morris wrote:

ahhh yes I remember that station very well on Guam. I was stationed there from 72-74 and worked KG6AAY all the time. I used to run the Pacific Net several times from there and also ran many a phone patches for the people at the station back to the states. I believe they had Collins gear at the time.

Dan Morris KZ3T P070# 1065
dbm72941mo@roadrunner.com

On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:46 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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Re: W3HF/KH2

Dan Morris <dbm72941mo@...>
 

ahhh yes I remember that station very well on Guam. I was stationed there from 72-74 and worked KG6AAY all the time. I used to run the Pacific Net several times from there and also ran many a phone patches for the people at the station back to the states. I believe they had Collins gear at the time.

Dan Morris KZ3T P070# 1065
dbm72941mo@roadrunner.com

On Apr 17, 2012, at 7:46 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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Welcome new member

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club member Deborah K4NRS #1510...73 de Jay N3DQU


Re: W3HF/KH2

Jim Rogers <w4atk@...>
 

OOPS! Make that an RC-88 receiver.

73s Jim, W4ATk

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:46 AM, Jim Rogers wrote:

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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Re: W3HF/KH2

Jim Rogers <w4atk@...>
 

When I was there in the 50's (53-55 US Naval Communications Station) we had no snakes on the island, just very big lizards! They would catch you by surprise but were absolutely harmless. Enjoy you visit. We had a club station, KG6AAY, with an old RCA RC=99 Receiver and a much modified BC-610 transmitter. If you find my old Heathkit AT-1 I forgot to pack when I left, please pick it up for me. :-))

73s Jim, W4ATK

On Apr 17, 2012, at 6:04 AM, melachri wrote:

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2



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W3HF/KH2

Steve W3HF
 

Arrived on the island about two hours ago. Muggy and rainy, but no sightings of brown tree snakes yet.

After 26 hours of traveling (door-to-door, my house to the hotel, including about 18 in the air), I'm going to get some rest now before getting up for work in the morning. I hope to be at the station tomorrow night local time. If I've done the math right, that will be about 1000z.

I hope to be able to post on the reflector when I'm actually there.

Steve
W3HF/KH2


dayton

David Westbrook
 

I'm going to my first ham fest!! it's this obscure one in ohio
somewhere in ohio ... "dayton"

i remember listserv postings in the past of 070 gatherings at dayton
... I'm assuming there's a contingent this year, too? looking
forward to meeting some fellow members!

--david
KJ4IZW
070 #1041


Reminder: PSK 31 Flavors Entry Deadline is April 21 2012

K5PAX
 

Thanks to all who participated in the 2012 PODXS 070 Club PSK 31 Flavors Contest.

If you haven't yet done so, submit your claimed scores using the PSK 31 Flavors Online Entry Form:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/070/post

Deadline for submission of entries is April 21, 2012 (2 weeks after the contest).

For help in calculating your score, check out David, KJ4IZW's scoring utility at:

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/scorer/?contest_id=31-FLAVORS&year=2012

73 to all.

Harvey
K5PAX
PSK Flavormeister


MQ5PLY FROM THE 5TH MAY

 

m5ply@blueyonder.co.uk
hello pskrs.
just to let you and the 070 committee know,
that from may the 5th to 10th June I well be
using the call MQ5PLY.
its a special call for the queens diamond
jubilee.
I am having some special qsl cards printed
for this event. so look out for me.

best 73 ivor/m5ply/0292
p.s there well be a special call for the Olympics.
more to come.


Re: EH3MGY on 21.071

 

Thanks for the spot. Gottem'!
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: Karen Russo
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, April 15, 2012 9:45 AM
Subject: Re: [070] EH3MGY on 21.071



Tnx Harvey, that was easy! 73 – Karen W4KRN

Titanic Memorial Station from Barcelona running PSK63.

599 into SW USA.

GL!

Harvey
K5PAX

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Re: EH3MGY on 21.071

Karen Russo
 

Tnx Harvey, that was easy! 73 – Karen W4KRN

Titanic Memorial Station from Barcelona running PSK63.

599 into SW USA.

GL!

Harvey
K5PAX


EH3MGY on 21.071

K5PAX
 

Titanic Memorial Station from Barcelona running PSK63.

599 into SW USA.

GL!

Harvey
K5PAX


Welcome new member

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club member Alan KA5VZG #1509...73 de Jay N3DQU


31 Flavors

rag040 <rag040@...>
 

6 Contest QSO's
7 mults
42 points


KM1CC Special Event Station QRV on 14.070

Joseph Miller <radiodxer2000@...>
 

Hello all,
 
Special Event Station KM1CC is operating on 14.070 commemorating the 100th Anniversary of some big ship that sank in the Atlantic, ok ok, the Titanic.
 
Hope you can work them.
 
 
 
73 de Joe KJ8O PODXS070 1244


Welcome new member

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club member Luis KP4BZ #1508...73 de Jay N3DQU


TDW Bonus Station request

Bob N3PPH <rsheskin@...>
 

I hope everyone had a good time with 31 Flavors and have managed to get your
entries to Harvey, only a little better than a week left if you have been
procrastinating.
A couple of weeks ago I asked for people to check their calendars and see
if you wanted to be a bonus station for this year's TDW May 25 - May 27. As
I previously stated, Chuck N2EOC will be the East Coast Bonus station as
last year's Top Dog. I do need stations from the Midwest, Western North
America and a DX station to be bonus stations. I do want to give this
opportunity to a new group of stations so if you have previously been a
bonus please step aside and let a new station join the chaos of being a
wanted station. I would like the Bonus Station to be committed to working
the full contest so all have an equal chance to contact you. Please make
sure you can spend a good deal of time on the air for the contest!
Please send me the following:
Your Call:
Your 070 #:
A contact email:
The Bonus position you want to fill:
Send this to podxs070@comcast.net by April 25. This will give ample time to
notify all of the Bonus Stations.
Good luck and in advance I want to thank all applicants.

73,
Bob N3PPH
podxs070@comcast.net
070-853
TDW Boss