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  1. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  2. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- We have done this trail as a night run several times before, usually in June. The run is scheduled on the night of a full moon, so we should have plenty of light. Most of the run is fairly easy, the hardest part is crossing beneath the North bound lanes of the I-17. There is a culvert with a sharp drop at the end. I have seen several vehicle types negotiate this culvert, so the run is open to all 4X4 vehicles, just be aware that some vehicles will scrape exiting this culvert. Meet up time will be 7:30 PM Friday, July 31, 2015 at the Rock Springs Café in Black Canon City . We will leave the café at 7:45 PM and proceed to the trail head. The run should take about 2 and a half hours, depending on the size of the group. Talk in frequency will be 147.24 + 162.2 Hz PL tone and the trail frequency will be 147.52 simplex, no PL tone. Here is a map of the trail: Gas Pipeline Trail 20090530.GPX Gas Pipeline Trail 20090530.tpo Gas Pipeline Trail 20090530.kml ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  3. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- WHERE WE WILL MEET We will meet up at New River Rd and Carefree Highway “””DONUTS””” (West of the I-17) on the NW corner of the intersection “””DONUTS””” at 7:30AM... We will leave for air down spot “””DONUTS””” after everyone has arrived… Once we leave the meet up spot “””DONUTS””” we will use Simplex: 147.520… Talk in Repeater to the meet up spot will be the Shaw Butte 147.24 + offset with a PL Tone of 162.2… I will “NOT” have my CB for those of you who do not have Ham Radio… I will bring an extra Handheld HT for someone to listen to so you can hear what we are doing… ABOUT THE RUN: There are bypasses for the obstacles if you choose “NOT” to do them. If you choose to “DO” them, lockers are recommended for some of them… LUNCH: We will have lunch at the Saloon unless you bring your lunch… Also for those of you who want to visit the General Store for some “”FUDGE”” they will be open till 5PM… TIME FOR RUN: Expect this run to be :bacon:“FUN” :bacon:and a 5 hour “PLUS” run so, bring snacks to eat along the way… The time does “NOT” include the trip home from CK… Plan accordingly for the run, “LOT’S OF WATER/MUNCHIES FOR YOU AND YOU RIDERS” as I have seen this run last longer than you might expect… IN CROWN KING: Once in Crown King if you want to stay for lunch, shop or whatever you can, or, if you have time constraints and need to leave please let me know if you will be leaving so I won’t look for you when we leave… If you leave you can take the road out of CK to I-17… When you arrive safely at your destination please e-mail Harry so I know that you have arrived safely at your destination… Thank You, and let’s have a fun & safe ride… ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  4. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The Sun City ARC is having Field Day at the Clubhouse, 3709 Wickham Ave., El Paso, TX 79904. I expect Sean, KD6CUB, to grab 20M SSB and I expect to log for him or log on 40M SSB in the club's 4E effort on Field Day 2015. Sean likes to BBQ pancakes at 3AM along with BACON. Maybe some more 4X4 Hams will also show up. 73, Larry WB8LBZ ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  5. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The Sun City ARC is having Field Day at the Clubhouse, 3709 Wickham Ave., El Paso, TX 79904. I expect Sean, KD6CUB, to grab 20M SSB and I expect to log for him or log on 40M SSB in the club's 4E effort on Field Day 2015. Sean likes to BBQ pancakes at 3AM along with BACON. Maybe some more 4X4 Hams will also show up. 73, Larry WB8LBZ ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  6. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The Sun City ARC is having Field Day at the Clubhouse, 3709 Wickham Ave., El Paso, TX 79904. I expect Sean, KD6CUB, to grab 20M SSB and I expect to log for him or log on 40M SSB in the club's 4E effort on Field Day 2015. Sean likes to BBQ pancakes at 3AM along with BACON. Maybe some more 4X4 Hams will also show up. 73, Larry WB8LBZ It all stops at noon. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  7. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Being it is a 3 day weekend I figured it would be nice to get out and use the 4x4. This run is for Payette draw which a bit north east of Payson. We are planning on running up the draw. It has been run with a stock Jeep Cherokee running 30" tires; however, a bit of lift is recommended. There is also a forest road that parallels the draw that is reasonable for stock 4x4. There are also some optional obstacles that will keep a built 4x4 happy. Depending on the size of the group and the optional playing it is about a 3 hour run. This will be an In and Out run so that trailering won't be an issue. You can offload at Home Depot or at the Trail Head. Meet up at the Circle K on Shea and 87 at 8am. North meeting spot the Home Depot parking lot in Payson at Houston Mesa rd. at about 1030. Bring a lunch. Frequency 147.520Mhz. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  8. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS RADIO CLUB (KE5MIQ) 2015 FIELD DAY WHERE: Zenith Park, Cloudcroft, NM 32.957254N 105.736676W 8675' MSL KE5MIQ-FD WHEN: Saturday, June 27th through Sunday, June 28th Setup begins Saturday at 8:00am Radio Operations begin Saturday at 12:00pm Radio Operations conclude Sunday at 12:00pm Teardown begins Sunday at 12:00pm WHAT: New Mexico's highest altitude Class 2A Field Day station 1 x HF radio for SSB voice, 1 x HF radio for Digital/CW communications, 1 GOTA station, 1 VHF station 24 hours of the most fun you can have in Amateur Radio A great intro to amateur radio for anyone who might even be remotely interested Daytime temps in the low-mid 70's...nighttime temps in the low-mid 40's VE TESTING: Two testing sessions: Saturday at 10:00am and Sunday at 10:00am A great opportunity for those interested to get licensed Upgrade an existing license Bring $15 cash and a photo ID (also a copy of your current license if already licensed) Come out and join KE5MIQ, the Sacramento Mountains Radio Club for our 2015 Field Day. We will be setting up our Class 2A station at Zenith Park on Highway 82 in Cloudcroft (right beside the Chamber of Commerce building.) We will begin setup Saturday morning around 8:00am and will begin operating at 12:00pm for 24 hours. If you or someone you know thinks they might be interested in amateur radio, this is a great opportunity for them to come out and see what it's all about! We'll have Extra class control operators available all weekend, so no part of the bands are off limits! Kids are more than welcome to come and try out our GOTA (Get On The Air) station. ARRL VE Testing sessions will be held Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:00am. For the off-road crowd, the Sacramento Mountains are home to some of the best wheeling in southern New Mexico. The Lincoln National Forest south of Cloudcroft has hundreds of miles of fire roads and forest trails which traverse alpine meadows, Ponderosa and fir forests, and mountain streams...all at 8000'+ MSL, so the temps are typically in the mid 70's during the day. The Sacramento Mountains Radio Club maintains a 2m linked repeater system which covers almost all of the mountain area around Cloudcroft, so trail comms are always up. Come spend a weekend wheeling the Sacramento's and stop by our Field Day site for some good fellowship and radio fun! ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  9. Is anybody from Offroad Passport attending the Overland Expo West this year? Sign up here so we can maybe get a group together. Details about the Expo: http://www.overlandexpo.com/
  10. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Arizona Near Space Research (ANSR) is pleased to announce the flight of ANSR-90/Univ of Texas. This high altitude balloon flight will take place on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. The baseline launch site will be the University of Arizona Maricopa Agricultural Center, near Maricopa, AZ (33 deg 04.42 min, 111 deg 58.97 min). The final launch site choice will depend on the predicted winds aloft. Watch for additional announcements prior to launch day. Due to military training exercises this weekend, we are unable to launch from New Hope on I-10. The Thursday PM prediction for the launch of the ANSR-90 / UT balloon flight is from the Dateland, Arizona Elementary School, I-8 Exit 67 The balloon will be a 2000-gram weather balloon, filled with hydrogen. The expected burst altitude will be 95,000 feet or more. The flight is anticipated to last about 2.5 hours from launch to touchdown. This flight will system test for the University of Texas. Their payload will be an electrical engineering model of their "SnapSat" CubeSat design under development. The payload uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and will downlink live video and telemetry on the 2.4 GHz band using the amateur radio Broadband Ham Net mesh. This Flight is also ANSR's entry into the Global Balloon Challenge, a world wide activity to fly as many ARHAB balloons possible over the April 11-12 weekend. Since we will be going for the height record flight that day we will keep the payload weight as low as possible. We will also keep our overfill factor low to maximize height provided predicted Jet Stream winds allow for the slower ascent rate. Since we will be looking to save weight on the flight we will be using the Sacaton Repeater as our primary communications on the Smith Peak Repeater, 146.680 (-, 162.2) ***Note this repeater may not be reachable from the Launch site) APRS Beacons will transmit position information as follows: KA7NSR-13 and KA7NSR-15 both on 144.34 MHz Additional Packages on this flight: HD camera, CW beacon (147.520), APRS beacon (145.725) Our mobile cross band Digipeater will repeat locally the beacons' APRS data to the 144.390 MHz standard APRS frequency and subsequently will be I-GATED to the Internet for out-of-area trackers. You can track the flight using the link: http://aprs.fi/?call=ka7nsr-13 http://aprs.fi/?call=ka7nsr-15 Be sure to check http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ballooning for updates to this announcement prior to the flight. Stephen Thomas, ANSR Vice President KE7TLS iamgadget1@yahoo.com ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  11. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The fourth running of the Shamrock Run, previously known as the Stuck Truck Trail. I originally called this the "Stuck Truck" trail. I have since learned that this trail is called the "Shamrock Run" by the locals. This trail is very scenic. It is more difficult than most of the trails we run, and it is rather brushy in spots. This trail is only recommended for capable off road vehicles with some lift and 33 inch tires or better. There are some good spots along the trail to setup for some VHF mountain-topping. Meetup will be at the Chevron Station at I-17 and Carefree Highway at 7:00 AM. Talk-in Frequency is 147.24 MHz +600 offset 162.2 Hz PL tone. This repeater has coverage on parts of the trail if you need to contact somebody in town. Trail frequency is 147.52 MHz simplex. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  12. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- See the following thread for more info: http://www.4x4ham.com/showthread.php...enance-Project Join your fellow 4x4 Hams on Sunday afternoon to perform maintenance on the 10 ARA trackers. Bring tools and test equipment if you have it, but I should have everything we need to get these running. POSTPONED: Sunday, March 22nd at Virgil's house (PM me for address) 2pm until the bacon runs out. (Probably 5-6pm.) On the to do list for this workshop: I'm purchasing new connectors for the 5 yellow trackers. We'll need to disassemble and replace 3 connectors on each tracker. Install bacon. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  13. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- In the year 2015, Pi Day will have special significance on 3/14/15 at 9:26:53, with the date and time representing the first 10 digits of π. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  14. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Overland Journal magazine's Overland Expo at Mormon Lake, Arizona For more information visit "overlandexpo.com" ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  15. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- DeVry University South Parking Lot 2149 W Dunlap Ave Phoenix AZ Admission: $2 donation Tailgate Spaces: $10 VE Testing @ 9am in the Library ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  16. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Maricopa Amateur Radio Association CopaFest 16000 Maricopa Rd Maricopa, AZ Admission: Free! Spaces: 2 spaces for $10 VE Testing, ANSR Balloon Launch, Card Checking Talk-In: 145.210 MHz PL 162.2 ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  17. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Amateur Radio Council of Arizona Williams Hamfest Williams Rodeo Grounds, Williams, AZ Gates open at 12:00pm MST July 23rd for setup. Hamfest begins at dawn on July 24th. Free Admission! Saturday PM: BBQ Dinner @ Railside RV Ranch Sunday : Grand Canyon Train Trip Talk-in: 146.780 MHz PL 91.5 ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  18. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- White Mountain Hamfest City Hall Parking Lot 180 N. 9th Street Show Low, AZ Tailgaters: $5/space VE Testing @ 9am Overnight RV parking available Talk-In: 145.310 MHz PL 110.9 ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  19. Table Mesa Cleanup Project March 1, 2015 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Table Mesa recreation area The area is very popular with recreational target shooters, off-highway vehicle riders, equestrians, mountain bikers, hikers, and others because of its close proximity to the metropolitan Phoenix area. Unfortunately, this area is also prone to illegal dumping, littering, and debris that needs to be cleaned up. As public agency budgets fade, volunteerism becomes even more important. Directions: The Table Mesa Recreation Area is located off I-17 and Table Mesa Road. Head west on Table Mesa Road, then north on the frontage road. Follow signs posted at the end of the pavement. Volunteers will also be on site providing more information and directions. Location Map: http://goo.gl/maps/XyVhl Additional Information: Please bring water, work gloves, hat, sunscreen, trash pinchers, buckets and wear long pants and sturdy shoes. 4WD and OHV vehicles are useful. Contact: Evan@Treadlightly.org Click Here to register. Table-Mesa-2015-Clenaup.pdf
  20. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- Check this out. Maybe a good day to do a run on Saturday. http://www.bandsintown.com/event/8808581-jackson-taylor-and-the-sinners-cleator-cleator-yacht-club-acoustic-show-2015?artist=Jackson+Taylor+%26+the+Sinners&came_fr om=178 ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  21. From John Hunter: The Sweet16th Annual BBQ, and it goes down on Saturday, Dec 6th, starting at 3 PM. 16 years... seriously? Where did it all go.... For a lot of you, you know the drill and what goes down at Hunter's BBQ. For those that are new to the scene, or, of the select group that cant remember from last year, or years before... This originally was started as a way for the group to get together as club, in one place to meet face to face. Get ideas, tell stories, check out and show off jeeps and projects, and most important, hang out and make new friends. Read through for all the info. Here is the short scoop. When: Saturday, Dec. 6th 3:00 PM - till we close it down. (Usually about 7-8) Where: Hunter Offroad 625 S Smith Tempe, Arizona, 85281 Here's the gist. Everyone brings a little bit of food, and there is plenty for everyone. One huge pot luck. Bring a pack of burgers, a pack of hot dogs or soda. Bring a side dish, bean dip or ketchup, etc. Got a BBQ grill? Bring it and be a hero. Grills are always needed. Bring some cash for raffle tickets. I am going to try and spring for long sleeve shirt T-shirts this year and try and get a some vendors there as well. Bring some chairs to sit in, an a table to on if ya got it. Oh, don't forget the camera. Check below for all the info. This year will most likely we will have some good groups raising for charity. I will be "Stuffing the Buggy again this year for the a Toy Drive for the Sheriff's Office For starters, here's the basics and how-to rules for the BBQ, for all of you rookies coming for your first time; or for those of you, cant remember the last one .. If there are changes, they will be added here. Watch the "update" date to see if anything has been added. Notes will be added. (Such as more tables or if I need more BBQ grills, because you can never really have enough tables and BBQs) 1) First Rule, And most important. Food. Everyone brings a little. Biggest tailgate, or flat fender pot-luck party. Everyone will have a lot. Bring a side dish, bring a few bottles of ketchup, plates, drinks what ever. If you can, post what you are bring here so some folks can get an idea what you are bringing. One thing I ask.... If you buy meat, try and buy matching buns, helps cut down on being too lopsided. Bring a cooler with ice and have a friend bring sodas or water. You get the idea. 2) The W's of the BBQ Where: Hunter Offroad Parking lot 625 S Smith Suite 1 Tempe Arizona 85281 When 3:00 PM Saturday, Dec. 6th. It will kick-off at 3 O'clock Parking lot usually fills up pretty early. If you want to get in the parking lot and have a good spot, come early. Parking lot will be open by 12:00 if you are bring a trailer, please park it down the street to save room for the rigs who cant get into the parking lot Why its done: Goes back to the roots of the very first one... Allows everyone a chance to meet other Jeeper's and other 4wheeler's and swap ideas, check out other rides and get ideas, make friends and have a good time. Most fun you will have with your 4x4 in parking lot. There are a lot of new faces this year and should be plenty of new people from other clubs. So feel free to spread the word. 3) RTI Ramp, It will be good times as usual on the Ramp. Show everyone what you got. See if you improved over last year. Or just have fun and flex out for the camera. A rule to remember: No Rolling Off The Ramp on purpose..... well, at least give a warning if you are going to show us your skids plates and drive shafts. And in case you "might roll over" make sure your junk is secured. We will laugh at you when your tools and cans fall everywhere 4) The Infamous "Screw 'Em Raffle I know last year I had some local business really kick in for the raffle. I am always looking for things to donate, 4x4 related or not. If anyone here has a local business, regardless if its 4x4 related or now, contact me if you would like to promote. The Raffle Overview. 1 Dollar a Ticket. 12 for 10 bucks. *If you wear a Hunter Offroad T-shirt, you also get a free raffle ticket. *If you deck out your ride in Christmas decoration, you will also get free ticket for that. Also, if you want to bring can food items, I will make sure they get to St Mary's.. 5) Personal Beverages at the BBQ? Only thing I ask, remember, it is a family event, so take care and mind your self. It is private property so you can enjoy. If you like to bring some cold ones and talk shop with your buddies, go ahead and play nice and be prepared to share with the host. And my standing rule goes, I may or may not tell you what is my soda... 6) Selling stuff Swap meet ideas. Usually folks will want to bring stuff and try and sell or swap stuff. I have no problem.. Thats what this is all about. Got some old shocks or Jeep parts, bring and put them on display. Old winch you wanna sell? Stick out there. Only rule, don't bring so much stuff, that is takes up room in the parking lot for people to park. If you have something bigger, leave it on the street. I want to save room for folks to setup their chairs, and allow as much room for people to park as possible in the lot. Usually a Jeep in a place will still have some room in front, behind or besides to display stuff. That's fine. 7) Kitchen Help I need BBQ's. And Ill say it again, Im gonna need some BBQs. And tables for the food... always do. More the better. From the past, 5 normal size grills can cook all we need in the time to feed everyone. Be a hero and bring a grill. We are always looking for volunteers to help. Also, anyone want to run the kitchen area? I have found it does help to have a little direction. If You wantto bring a BBQ, please send me a message Also if anyone wants to donate to the raffle, Please contact me. In year's past we have had gift certificates for a restaurant other club members bought, to a free therapy massage by a another club member's private business, gift cards, or even the classic re-gift. Email: hunteroffroad@aol.com or call 480-557-7577 Do not to forget to bring Tables and chairs to sit on too for you and for others. Also, I will need BIG tables for Kitchen Area. Contact me if you have some. Will need at least 4 to 5 3x8 tables. That should cover the bulk of it. This post will be the one I update so check it for the news. Best Regards, John "Hunter" Attending: dzjeepchic Number 7 Johnpa pacman44 theksmith lofreqjeff kaspily & Bradywgn71 Post up here if you're going!
  22. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The 20th Annual Albuquerque Ham Radio Winter Tailgate will be held on January 31, 2015 at: Transcore - Amtech Technology Center 8600 Jefferson St NE Albuquerque, NM 87101 This hamfest is sponsored by the 146.58 Simplex Gang. For more information, see the ARRL website: http://www.arrl.org/hamfests/20th-an...inter-tailgate or contact Tom Ellis, K5TEE at the contact information on that page. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  23. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The Midland Amateur Radio Club will be hosting the 60th Annual St. Patrick's Day Hamfest on March 14, 2015 at: Midland County Horseshoe Arena 2415 Arena Train Midland, TX The hamfest will feature prizes, gear, vendors, card checking, and amateur license examinations. For more information visit: http://hamfest.w5qgg.org/ or contact Randy Karch, N5OVH. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  24. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- The 2015 Duke City Hamfest will be held in Albuquerque, NM from August 7-9, 2015. Information on the hamfest can be found at: http://dukecityhamfest.org/ For more information, contact Bill Ripley, KY5Q at the email listed on the webpage. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
  25. This event is cross-posted from our sister club 4x4 Ham. Note that only the first post from the original thread is shown. Click here for the full thread... ---------------------------- It's that time again - RAGNAR!!!! I know it's still over 3 months away but sign ups have begun and they fill up fast. Friday, February 20 & Saturday, February 21, 2015 Event: RAGNAR RELAY - TEAM ALPHA Location: WICKENBURG TO TONOPAH Type: FOOT RELAY RACE Coordinator: W7TXR - Gary Felix - w7txr@cox.net - Alternate: KE7EJF - Dennis Bietry - ke7ejf@cox.net - Notes: Team Alpha always defaults to “locked” on the MCECG web site. We still need hams and these positions will fill up fast. If you wish to sign up for Team Alpha, contact the Team Captain directly. Team Captain: Gary Felix - W7TXR Email: W7TXR@cox.net Duty times: Friday, 04:30 to about 21:00. Individual team members will report on-station as late as 09:45 and be relieved as early as 15:30 as exchange points open and close. See your Team Captain for details. Duty Stations: Start Line, Exchanges 1 through 6. Course information Duty Locations: The event starts in Wickenburg to Tonopah. Team size: Need 9-10 hams, including Team Captain. Ragnar 2015 Race Bible Note: Website links and information subject to change You can sign up for other teams if the TEAM ALPHA assignment dates and times don’t fit your preference. Check the MCECG website for details: https://www.mcecg.net/guest/login.php If you would like to become a member of MCECG start here: https://www.mcecg.net/guest/new_user.php If you have questions about TEAM ALPHA please contact me: W7TXR@cox.net We can always use a second ham at these checkpoints and we absolutely encourage your participation. If you’d like to join in on the fun and the experience, this is an excellent opportunity for you to see how it’s done and what goes on. We can team you up with a partner who is familiar with the event activities and you can participate at your own comfort level. ---------------------------- Please click here for complete information on this event or to sign-up...
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