Re: RMR rpt
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That's what I figure.. now, the more snow the better... and make it wet and deeeeeeep.
You can send the wind somewhere else, I wouldn't mind.
I try to ask for relays... and I have a couple of stations that do pretty well with that to...
K2HT in MO.. or KE6OIO in CA... and the best way would be to simply call a station that is loud
to you.. with.. "XXXX de AC0BQ relay pse?"
They should then break the net.. and let me know.. that they can relay.. a station in..
IF that doesn't work, wait a bit.. and try another station...
I am working to get a decent antenna in the air... and all kidding aside.. the weather isn't helping much.
I just don't want to climb, with wind chill below zero. Had my hands freeze up... at 200 ft one time.. not fun...
They were just claw like... but I couldn't move my fingers.... it was a good thing I was done... cause I was done
for that day. Didn't much like that tower after that.
I guess you could always try an email... but I seldom have email open during the net... but I could start watching for new stuff on my phone... I guess.
I think a new antenna here will help out a lot.
Thank you Johnny,
Have a great day,
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
To: 4sqrp@...; daleputnam@...
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 17:44:39 -0600
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] RMR rpt
Nice net Dale
I have a question.
Last week I could almost hear you, but qsb made it rough. Although I could hear several checkin ops. What is the proper way to ask for a relay? Is their a Q code? I wanted to relay in, but didn't know how to?
We have 6 or 8 more inches of wet snow today and big drifts.
Heck if this wx keeps up I may get some projects finished !Tnx
On Tuesday, February 26, 2013, Dale Putnam wrote: