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Re: Latest PSK31 Freqs

Bob Motyl KK6KMU
 

John,

I didn't know that.  Been using FLDIGI for 4 years and still learning new features.  I recently started using FLRIG for rig control and really like it.  I almost never have to touch the rig any more.  What isn't controlled by default is controlled by making custom commands. I even use them both when I'm using voice.

Thanks for the tip,
Bob KK6KMU


Re: Latest PSK31 Freqs

w2eck
 

Joh - thank you, very helpful advice. Made the change in Fddigi

73 Paul w2eck


Re: Latest PSK31 Freqs

 

To see the list of frequencies in Fldigi left click on the Book Icon.  Scroll thru the list and double click on the frequency or hit the left green arrow you want and if you have Cat Control your rig will go to that frequency.  The Trash can icon will clear the list.  If you want to delete a frequency, highlight it and hit the blue minus.  Make sure you are on the frequency you want to add and hit the blue plus.  I have changed mine because the PSK frequency for 17 mtrs changed.  Click on the attachment to expand it.

John
KC3FL


Re: Latest PSK31 Freqs

w2eck
 

Rick - yes very much - thanks
73 Paul w2eck


Re: Latest PSK31 Freqs

Rick - N7WE
 

Paul-
Here's the list I use:

160m    1.807 - 1.809

80m      3.580 - 3.582

40m      7.070 - 7.072

30m      10.140 - 10.142

40m      14.070 - 14.072

17m      18.097 - 18.099

15m      21.070 - 21.072

12m      24.920 - 24.922

10m      28.120 - 28.122

6m        50.290 - 50.292
Hope that helps.

Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Latest PSK31 Freqs

w2eck
 

So coming back to PSK31 after not using the mode for a while. And it seems that some of the "old" freqs have been overtaken by the FT8 horde.
Can anyone tell me what freqs folks are actually  using today for all the bands to get away fm FT8 ?

73 Paul w2eck


Stickers, Stickers, Stickers

Jim K5SP
 

The January mailing of stickers has commenced.   There are two volunteers handling the mailing, Bob KK6KMU, and Jeff W3WMU.

I mailed all the materials to them last week, and Bob has reported that he has completed his task and the stickers have been mailed to the members on his mailing list.   Jeff is still working hard on his, and will notify everyone when his have been mailed.

If you receive an envelope in the next couple of days, and feel you did not receive all the stickers you earned, please let me know and I will investigate the issue.  Due to the checker not working properly, it is possible that some "fell through the cracks".

73, and enjoy your awards.

Jim K5SP


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: 17 METERS

w2eck
 

thanks - trying t now

73 Paul w2eck


Re: 17 METERS

 

18097.00
John
KC3FL


Re: 17 METERS

w2eck
 

What freq will you be on? Haven't done psk  on 17 in a while and 18.100 is bombed with ft8

73 Paul w2eck


17 METERS

 

Anyone gonna be on 17 today?? I will be monitoring off and on. Gonna snow here so in the shack off and on.
73's
--
Dave NU4N #1657


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Jerry N9AVY
 

Pending

On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:36:10 AM CST, Mike - W0TMW #2207 <mikew@...> wrote:


Has the string of convicted Illinois governors been broken yet?

mw

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/26/21 11:26 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Illinois has a lot of snakes, but most of them ran for office.  Emoji

On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:14:00 AM CST, Mike - W0TMW #2207 <mikew@...> wrote:


Southern Illinois, south of a line from St. Louis to the east, has copperheads and rattlesnakes. Never saw a cottonmouth but was told they were there, too.

Mike - W0TMW

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/25/21 7:03 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
My Son and his late wife were living in Houston when last big hurricane came through (Harvey ?).  Their Northern suburb was pretty much flooded out.  Water came up to their doorstep and another 4 inches was have been into house.  Guess that's why there are few, if any, basements in that area.   

Snakes ?  Not a big fan of them.  Don't see many these days around here. Only big black snake I ever saw was in Southern Indiana, but it wasn't poisonous. Illinois supposedly has DesPlaines Valley Rattlers, but I've never seen one. 

Jerry #454

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 06:37:05 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Mike - W0TMW #2207

--
Mike - W0TMW #2207


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Chuck M
 

That is pretty much true across the country.  hi hi

Difficult part is finding the non snakes in the mess.  Every now and then one appears.

Chuck
KD9DVB


On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 12:26:15 PM EST, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:


Illinois has a lot of snakes, but most of them ran for office.  Emoji

On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:14:00 AM CST, Mike - W0TMW #2207 <mikew@...> wrote:


Southern Illinois, south of a line from St. Louis to the east, has copperheads and rattlesnakes. Never saw a cottonmouth but was told they were there, too.

Mike - W0TMW

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/25/21 7:03 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
My Son and his late wife were living in Houston when last big hurricane came through (Harvey ?).  Their Northern suburb was pretty much flooded out.  Water came up to their doorstep and another 4 inches was have been into house.  Guess that's why there are few, if any, basements in that area.   

Snakes ?  Not a big fan of them.  Don't see many these days around here. Only big black snake I ever saw was in Southern Indiana, but it wasn't poisonous. Illinois supposedly has DesPlaines Valley Rattlers, but I've never seen one. 

Jerry #454

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 06:37:05 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Mike - W0TMW #2207


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Mike - W0TMW #2207
 

Has the string of convicted Illinois governors been broken yet?

mw

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/26/21 11:26 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:

Illinois has a lot of snakes, but most of them ran for office.  Emoji

On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:14:00 AM CST, Mike - W0TMW #2207 <mikew@...> wrote:


Southern Illinois, south of a line from St. Louis to the east, has copperheads and rattlesnakes. Never saw a cottonmouth but was told they were there, too.

Mike - W0TMW

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/25/21 7:03 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
My Son and his late wife were living in Houston when last big hurricane came through (Harvey ?).  Their Northern suburb was pretty much flooded out.  Water came up to their doorstep and another 4 inches was have been into house.  Guess that's why there are few, if any, basements in that area.   

Snakes ?  Not a big fan of them.  Don't see many these days around here. Only big black snake I ever saw was in Southern Indiana, but it wasn't poisonous. Illinois supposedly has DesPlaines Valley Rattlers, but I've never seen one. 

Jerry #454

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 06:37:05 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Mike - W0TMW #2207

--
Mike - W0TMW #2207


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Jerry N9AVY
 

Illinois has a lot of snakes, but most of them ran for office.  Emoji

On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:14:00 AM CST, Mike - W0TMW #2207 <mikew@...> wrote:


Southern Illinois, south of a line from St. Louis to the east, has copperheads and rattlesnakes. Never saw a cottonmouth but was told they were there, too.

Mike - W0TMW

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/25/21 7:03 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
My Son and his late wife were living in Houston when last big hurricane came through (Harvey ?).  Their Northern suburb was pretty much flooded out.  Water came up to their doorstep and another 4 inches was have been into house.  Guess that's why there are few, if any, basements in that area.   

Snakes ?  Not a big fan of them.  Don't see many these days around here. Only big black snake I ever saw was in Southern Indiana, but it wasn't poisonous. Illinois supposedly has DesPlaines Valley Rattlers, but I've never seen one. 

Jerry #454

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 06:37:05 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Mike - W0TMW #2207


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Mike - W0TMW #2207
 

Southern Illinois, south of a line from St. Louis to the east, has copperheads and rattlesnakes. Never saw a cottonmouth but was told they were there, too.

Mike - W0TMW

--

"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
  -- William Kershner
https://amazon.com/author/m-watson (Amazon Author Page)
https://m-watson.com (Mike Watson - Writer Website)
http://www.crucis.net/1632search
On 1/25/21 7:03 PM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:

My Son and his late wife were living in Houston when last big hurricane came through (Harvey ?).  Their Northern suburb was pretty much flooded out.  Water came up to their doorstep and another 4 inches was have been into house.  Guess that's why there are few, if any, basements in that area.   

Snakes ?  Not a big fan of them.  Don't see many these days around here. Only big black snake I ever saw was in Southern Indiana, but it wasn't poisonous. Illinois supposedly has DesPlaines Valley Rattlers, but I've never seen one. 

Jerry #454

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 06:37:05 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Mike - W0TMW #2207


Re: WFD macros

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Tucker Nu4N <dwtucker19@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jan 26, 2021 1:35 am
Subject: [070Club] WFD macros

I need to make some macros for the WFD.
Could someone send me what I need to put in the macro.
I will be using PSK and at home operation.Gonna be to cold to get outside Hi Hi
73's

--
Dave NU4N #1657


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Stephen Melachrinos
 

For a minute there, I thought you knew the name of the snake!

Steve
W3HF


-----Original Message-----
From: Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jan 26, 2021 7:47 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] Herpetologists & Houston

Was that Carla?  I was in the Navy and was on leave visiting some friends in Houston (I lived in what was NW Houston prior to joining), when Carla hit.  Had to get leave extension because could not fly out,  and rode out Carla at friends house.
Lived two blocks off 43rd St, and two blocks from white oak bayou, in what was called Forest Park, went to Waltrip high school the second year of its existence.
Jim K5SP
On 1/25/2021 6:37 PM, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io wrote:
Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

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From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




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Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







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Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Herpetologists & Houston

Jim K5SP
 

Was that Carla?  I was in the Navy and was on leave visiting some friends in Houston (I lived in what was NW Houston prior to joining), when Carla hit.  Had to get leave extension because could not fly out,  and rode out Carla at friends house.

Lived two blocks off 43rd St, and two blocks from white oak bayou, in what was called Forest Park, went to Waltrip high school the second year of its existence.

Jim K5SP

On 1/25/2021 6:37 PM, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io wrote:
Ron,
Speaking of "Herpetologists", & Houston... 
I did a summer internship in engineering statistics at Rice University back in the mid '60's. There was a hurricane towards the end of August. Nothing new for me, as I'm from So. Louisiana. 
What was quite unique though, one morning when leaving my campus housing headed to the chow hall, mid-storm, there, rolled up in a nice tight coil, on the front porch was a huge snake! It was a big, fat, black snake with a white mouth and triangular head. I guess it was escaping high water from someplace.
I called campus security and started using the back door!
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Bosch <boschfamily@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 4:13 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Jerry,
I am only 57, but down here in Houston I feel like I need a Herpetologist, because when I go outside in the winter and it's sunny and nice, all I want to do is lay on a flat rock and take a nap, and when I go outside in the summer all I want to do is hide in the shade and bite people :-)

Ron
KE4DRF

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:33 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> wrote:
Jim, PODXS Executive Director:

But now you are our PODXSologist and we look to you to cure everything!!

We will, of course follow your prescriptions as directed!

73 and TU for all you do!!

Stan,
W9SMR
#1611

________________________________________
From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2021 2:13 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] PSK31 Kent County, Delaware - REPORT

Turning 77 in March seems like every day is either too hot or too cold!

It now takes me all day to do things I used to be able to do all day. All my doctors end in ologist. Cardiologist, hematologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist.

73
Jim K5SP

On Jan 25, 2021 12:55 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Same here ARRL FD is too hot for me most years.  With health problems of last 2 years participation has been nil. Even getting on from home station is getting to be a chore.

jerry  n9avy

On Monday, January 25, 2021, 12:44:47 PM CST, stephen shearer <sm.shearer.01@...> wrote:



As I get older...  even ARRL FD is getting too HOT for me.   There may be one year in 10+ that is nice.  I may have to start operating at night (I do like my sleep).  steve

On 1/25/21 9:53 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
Portable operation in the Northern areas is not a great idea for us Northerners.  Too darn cold - Brrr !  Southerners fair a bit better in their warmer cimate.  Maybe there should be a Hurricane Field Day for down South to add some challenge ?  [Emoji]

Jerry   [Emoji]




--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director







--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


WFD macros

 

I need to make some macros for the WFD.
Could someone send me what I need to put in the macro.
I will be using PSK and at home operation.Gonna be to cold to get outside Hi Hi
73's

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Dave NU4N #1657

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