Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results
Yup, a few thousand feet of granite betwixt does not help. Yet, I think that timing could make it work (as you referenced). Aiming SSW and NNE simultaneously with a bit of pre-planning, perhaps.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
73, Bob N5EPA DM64vx (located very near the NE corner of the grid and just a few miles from one of Duffey's favorite convergences!)
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From: "Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io" <email@example.com>
To: "nmvhf" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 6:50:11 PM
Subject: Re: [nmvhf] 2018 CQ WW VHF results
On Wed, 16 Jan 2019, email@example.com wrote:
Congrats Jonesy on the great results and outstanding contribution.Ah, shucks, fellas!
I only wish I would have an easier time of it working you NM Ops on 6M,
2M -- even 432mcs. But, that Raton divide, the mountains N.E. of Santa
Fe, and even the Sandias make it rough for the propagation into the S.E.
Colorado 4-corner "confluence" of DM87, DM88, DM77, and DM78.
But, it does happen from time-to-time.
And I get goosebumps each time it happens. :-)
Marvin L Jones | UBSC | https://jonz.net/UBSC/
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