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Re: KC3EF October Trip

Stephen Melachrinos
 

Dick -

My list is similarly short: DL79, DM35, and DM38. 

Thanks for posting this.

Steve
W3HF


-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Rohrer <kc3ef@...>
To: 070Club <070Club@groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Sep 19, 2019 8:13 pm
Subject: [070Club] KC3EF October Trip

I have attached the map of our proposed route for this trip along with a list of grids.  Please let me know if anyone has specific needs so I can attempt to accommodate.  I will be around 14.072.  Will also try 40mtrs if I can get the swr down on the hamstick.  Will try to let everyone know where we will be the night before if possible.  I will also post on the chat or text if I have your phone number.  I am also going to try to activate the large discone antenna at the Titan museum in Tuscon if possible.  May produce a special certificate for those that work me at that site.  
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Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747
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Re: KC3EF October Trip

1470 <boat.anchor@...>
 

Dick
TVM for map es list.
Will work thru it this weekend.
Enjoy the trip es take some time to look out the window.
cheers de
Barry


Re: Worked a new Grid !

1470 <boat.anchor@...>
 

On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 03:14 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:

Trying finish up the 20 Italy was an exercise in frustration.  Again they were thee one minute and gone the next.  It took me several weeks to get 20.  Sure wish propagation would set in on a more permanent basis.  This flaky prop drives me nuts !

 

 

Jerry
Congrats on Italy. I am still hoping to get one for the year.
Have some nice ones the past week tho.
RM0M/500 on 20M
T88RR on 40M
T88MK on 40M
9M8DEN on 40M
FK8GX on 20M
VK7MC on 40M
AS/OC has been quite good in the early mornings here so while I whine
about no East Coast or EU/AF I am having fun looking west.
cheers de
Barry


Re: KC3EF October Trip

Jerry N9AVY
 

Richard:

 

Need very few on your grid list this time around.  EM19, EM08, DM38, DM52, & DM70.   If you make it to the 2 needed in LA that would be great, but not if it’s out of your way.

 

73 es TU

 

Jerry  n9avy

 

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From: Richard Rohrer
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2019 7:13 PM
To: 070Club@groups.io
Subject: [070Club] KC3EF October Trip

 

I have attached the map of our proposed route for this trip along with a list of grids.  Please let me know if anyone has specific needs so I can attempt to accommodate.  I will be around 14.072.  Will also try 40mtrs if I can get the swr down on the hamstick.  Will try to let everyone know where we will be the night before if possible.  I will also post on the chat or text if I have your phone number.  I am also going to try to activate the large discone antenna at the Titan museum in Tuscon if possible.  May produce a special certificate for those that work me at that site.  
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Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747

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Re: KC3EF October Trip

Rick - N7WE
 

Thanks Dick.  I WILL be on (and spotting you) - even if the XYL has to prop me up in front of the computer and turn the radio on!  You are hitting some I need.  Have you guys set your date for departure yet?
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: KC3EF October Trip

Larry Rockne #404
 

Dick will be looking for you!

Larry WA7HDZ
PODXS #0404
LONP #137

On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 5:13 PM Richard Rohrer <kc3ef@...> wrote:
I have attached the map of our proposed route for this trip along with a list of grids.  Please let me know if anyone has specific needs so I can attempt to accommodate.  I will be around 14.072.  Will also try 40mtrs if I can get the swr down on the hamstick.  Will try to let everyone know where we will be the night before if possible.  I will also post on the chat or text if I have your phone number.  I am also going to try to activate the large discone antenna at the Titan museum in Tuscon if possible.  May produce a special certificate for those that work me at that site.  
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Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747

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KC3EF October Trip

Richard Rohrer
 

I have attached the map of our proposed route for this trip along with a list of grids.  Please let me know if anyone has specific needs so I can attempt to accommodate.  I will be around 14.072.  Will also try 40mtrs if I can get the swr down on the hamstick.  Will try to let everyone know where we will be the night before if possible.  I will also post on the chat or text if I have your phone number.  I am also going to try to activate the large discone antenna at the Titan museum in Tuscon if possible.  May produce a special certificate for those that work me at that site.  
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Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747


Re: Worked a new Grid !

Richard Rohrer
 

Jerry and Rick,

Looks like EL39 will be definite and EL59 is a possibility if I ask the xyl nicely.  I will repost my rout and possible grids when I return to FL this weekend. 

73
Dick - KC3EF


RESULTS FROM THE JAY HUDAK MEMORIAL 80M SPRINT - 2019

stan W9SMR
 

This year there were 31 logs submitted - up from last year’s 21 logs. There were 9 High Power, 15 Medium Power, 5 Low Power and 2 QRP logs.

Top Dawg and 1st in High Power was Bill, N4GBK OF Hertford, NC, with 30 QSOs, 16 States and 510 points. Another stellar showing from Bill who finishes near the top in most of our contests.

High Power – Second Place was grabbed by Bill, K4REB of Havelock, NC. And 3rd Place went to Bob, KF3AA of Huntingtown, MD.

Medium Power - First place was Matt, W5MMW of Chattanooga, TN. You may remember Matt from his 2017 APE to VE3, Ontario.  

Medium Power - Second Place was Curt, K3URT of Harrisburg, PA. Third place - Medium Power was  Pete, NN9K of Colona, IL. Pete recently finished as 1st place in the medium power category of the 40M Firecracker Sprint, the PSK Fest and took first place in last year’s 80M Sprint. Congrats to both of you.

Low Power – First Place, (then non-member) Keith, WC4T of Rineyville, KY had 21 QSO’s. Second Place, non-member Randy, KK4OVW of White House, TN had 19 QSO’s. Third Place Keith, N9VEL, of Temple, GA, also had 19 QSOs.

QRP – 1st Place was Karl, K5KHK of Rochester, NY. Karl also won first place QRP in the 40M Firecracker Sprint. Second Place was Andrew, W3SW of Binghamton, NY. Their performance under present propagation conditions on noisy 80M was outstanding.

The new “All Amateurs Welcome” policy continues to enhance our overall experience. Special recognition is due to the two non-member stations who showed very good scores, winning in the Low Power category. Keith, WC4T has joined as member #2704 and Randy, KK4OVW is working to get his 50 QSO log submitted for membership. We had one other non-member submit a log. Paul, KD2DO of Fairport, NY reported 2 QSOs.

Note that the Top Dawg Certificate and Rollo Dog Tag will be reserved exclusively for members.

Thanks to all who submitted logs.  Stickers will be in the next mailing.  Complete results are available by clicking 80M Sprint Results 2019


And it is not too early to start thinking about your participation in the next PODXS 070 Event. Check your long-wire or make a plan for a temporary stealth antenna if your HOA seems to be dead set against any wires outside.
This is a great opportunity to put some 160m Q’s in the log for the Top Band Endorsement.

 

160M GREAT PUMPKIN SPRINT

Saturday October 12 to Sunday October 13

See Rules at:

 160M Great Pumpkin Sprint - Rules

 

73,

Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director


Re: Worked a new Grid !

Rick - N7WE
 

Dick-
Great news that you will be making another western trip!  I still need EL59.  Beyond that, there is a lot out west I still need.  Will be very interested to see your route.  Travel safe and there are no hurricanes headed our way right now.  Also know that many of us depend on you two and your trips for our "rare grids" and WE APPRECIATE IT!
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: Worked a new Grid !

Jerry N9AVY
 

Still need:

 

EL39, EL59 & EM33  if you go thru AR.

 

 

Jerry  n9avy

 

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From: Richard Rohrer
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 6:55 PM
To: 070Club@groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] Worked a new Grid !

 

Great Jerry,

Its always nice to work a new grid, especially with conditions as they are.  We are heading home to FL this weekend from MD and will be leaving for another sweep of the West in October.  If anyone needs the route let me know and I will send it. I might get the XYL to go back thru the grid EL59 South of New Orleans for those that still need it.  We will be heading up North for Thanksgiving and will go thru FM13 if anyone needs it.  The xyl gets a boat ride out it so she is happy to detour.  We will be in DE again for several days and will try again for Fr. Richard.  

73
Dick - KC3EF

 


Welcome

Jim K5SP
 

Please join me in welcoming our new member:

2705  Bob  W5UOT

Jim K5SP
Membership Director

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Re: Worked a new Grid !

Richard Rohrer
 

Great Jerry,

Its always nice to work a new grid, especially with conditions as they are.  We are heading home to FL this weekend from MD and will be leaving for another sweep of the West in October.  If anyone needs the route let me know and I will send it. I might get the XYL to go back thru the grid EL59 South of New Orleans for those that still need it.  We will be heading up North for Thanksgiving and will go thru FM13 if anyone needs it.  The xyl gets a boat ride out it so she is happy to detour.  We will be in DE again for several days and will try again for Fr. Richard.  

73
Dick - KC3EF


Re: A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

Richard Drexel - K4RJD #2260 <richdrexel@...>
 

Jim -

I think I can wrangle the data into a JSON object to be passed to a web controller.

Development of the view in a web page will be fairly straightforward. Getting the data cleaned and building out the logic for scoring will be a challenge.

I'm looking forward to seeing the requirements document.

Drexel, K4RJD

On Tue, Sep 17, 2019, 6:43 PM Jim K5SP <jinnis@...> wrote:

Hey Drexel, I know you can do it, I taught you well.  Long time no see!  Get on the air, we need you. 

and, your expertise at C# and .net will be very useful.   What do you remember about web design and development? 

Jim, K5SP

On 9/17/2019 4:53 PM, Richard Drexel - K4RJD #2260 wrote:
I'm not on the air much anymore, but I actively follow this group.

I'll be more than happy to help in any way I can.

I currently work as a C#/.NET developer. I mostly work on the back end of things (more like a data engineer), extracting, loading, and transforming data.

Anywhere you need me, I'll do what I can to help.

73, Richard Drexel

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Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director


A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

 

Dusty...I was just about to send a group email, pretty close to yours...Pascal, Fortran, Cobol...
"Back in the day" is a very accurate time frame...Hi Hi
And, "HTML" is like a foreign language I've never mastered. 
I'm fairly confident that in our 2400 + members we'll have the talent necessary to keep Rollo rolling.
A special thanks to Matt & David for their leadership thus far, and into the future.
Milt.
N6MG
070-650
Lonp #76


-----Original Message-----
From: W5DP <don@...>
To: 070Club <070Club@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Sep 17, 2019 1:52 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

I did a lot of programming in Fortran, COBOL, C+ and database back in the day. Seems like a long time ago. In the past 10 or 15 years I've done HTML programming. So, I don't know how much use I could be in today's programming environment.

-Dusty W5DP 


Re: A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

Jim K5SP
 

Hey Drexel, I know you can do it, I taught you well.  Long time no see!  Get on the air, we need you. 

and, your expertise at C# and .net will be very useful.   What do you remember about web design and development? 

Jim, K5SP

On 9/17/2019 4:53 PM, Richard Drexel - K4RJD #2260 wrote:
I'm not on the air much anymore, but I actively follow this group.

I'll be more than happy to help in any way I can.

I currently work as a C#/.NET developer. I mostly work on the back end of things (more like a data engineer), extracting, loading, and transforming data.

Anywhere you need me, I'll do what I can to help.

73, Richard Drexel

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director


Re: A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

Richard Drexel - K4RJD #2260 <richdrexel@...>
 

I'm not on the air much anymore, but I actively follow this group.

I'll be more than happy to help in any way I can.

I currently work as a C#/.NET developer. I mostly work on the back end of things (more like a data engineer), extracting, loading, and transforming data.

Anywhere you need me, I'll do what I can to help.

73, Richard Drexel


Re: A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

W5DP
 

I did a lot of programming in Fortran, COBOL, C+ and database back in the day. Seems like a long time ago. In the past 10 or 15 years I've done HTML programming. So, I don't know how much use I could be in today's programming environment.

-Dusty W5DP 


Re: A CRITICAL crossroad for the 070 Club - a call to action!

Bill Maier
 

I was a software engineer for 35 years before I retired a few years ago. I did a little web programming, but most of what I did was back end server work. Most of the development I did was on Linux. It's been ages since I did any Windows work. I'm certainly willing, but I'm not sure how much I'll be able to contribute.

-Bill  KG5RMJ


Re: Worked a new Grid !

Jerry N9AVY
 

Started drinking DP when I was very young and would go fishing with my Dad.  There was a resort we’d always go to and at 5 AM  I’d be chowing down on a DP and a burger !  Gee, those were the days !   Had a lot of fun .

 

Jerry  n9avy

 

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From: Geary McDowell
Sent: Monday, September 16, 2019 5:41 PM
To: 070Club@groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] Worked a new Grid !

 

HI HI HI good choice of drink Jerry!

I am surprised at the high number of new stations I am getting, I have not noticed the grids not being a grid chaser after last year’s Chase.  I think about three of every five a week I get are new in my log.  Keeps it fun for me!

Geary KE5IRK

 

On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 3:53 PM Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:

Was very pleasantly surprised to work Skip, KS5KIP, this afternoon on 20m from NM (DM73).

At this stage of grid chasing new ones are very few and very far between, a cause for celebration; so I opened up a can of Dr. Pepper !  

 

Jerry  n9avy

 

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