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ARES weekend

Oct 1st, 14:16

KD7PJD

Joined: Jul 31st, 21:55
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Here in the Mtns. of NE Oregon I am the only licensee for miles around and there is no one to talk to other than on HF.
I've decided to take my camp trailer up on some high mtn. this coming weekend (apx. 7K Ft.) and see what 2M repeaters I can hit and maybe listen to the ARES weekend.
This will be the last trip 'OUT' for the year before snow flies and i've read 4 pages of the ARRL news, visited regional managers page for Oregon and went to the ARES web site. Now its probable I've missed some info but I can tell you it's not easy to find what frequencies/times anything will be happening with ARES and I'm hoping someone will point me in the right direction ! I even filled out the ARES on line form but my computer couldn't do anything with it!
I hope this letter is in the appropriate category, if not my apologies and thanks for reading.
Oct 2nd, 14:49

W1VT

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Oct 4th, 11:34

KD7PJD

Joined: Jul 31st, 21:55
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thanks for the helpful reply W1VT, I will do that.

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