From: V Cortina (email@example.com)
I heard you qrl that qrm'er! You were vy strong, but I'm not gonna say what
the S meter said. I just can't thru to Rod, but I'm keepin that gain knob
down to 5w no matter what!
Mt. Tremper, NY FN22ua
F.I.S.T.S. #4582, QRP-L #2397
NJ-QRP #349 E.C.A.R.S. #20188
----- Original Message -----
From: "W5TB" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion" <qrp-l@Lehigh.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: Special Invite
> Band seems a little long tonight, wound up that VT was easier than CO
tonight for me -- go figure ;-) At 0300 both foxxi in bag and I'm back to
Olympics with XYL :)
> Her only complaint of the night was when I went to 100 W to QRL a lid
CQing on Rod without checking frequency -- managed to wipe out Olympic
viewing for 30 seconds -- no wonder I'm a confirmed QRPer :-)
> many strong QRP sigs here tonight, you guys are fantastic! -- good
luck everyone -- sadly only 2 hunts to go :'-(
> 73, T.E. 'Doc' Drake, W5TB
> Arlington, Texas
> FISTS # 5365 QRPARCI # 3532 ARRL Life Member K1 #181 K2#1617
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Wagner" <email@example.com>
> To: "Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion" <qrp-l@Lehigh.EDU>
> Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 6:27 PM
> Subject: FOX: Special Invite
> > This evening at 2100 Eastern time (do the math for your location), Rod,
> > and myself (John, N1QO) will serve as this evenings QRP Foxes. I would
> > to make a special invitation to all the folks on this list that haven't
> > participated in our weekly QRP Fox Funfest to get on the air and give it
> > whirl. It's a real charge to "get a pelt" and see your callsign posted
> > on QRP-L and at the Fox Headquarters Web site.
> > All the info you need to participate can be found at
> > Some hints: We work split. I'll be listening down, Rod mentioned he
> > listening down as well (or was it up?). Listen for where the hounds are
> > the fox is pelting and jump in the pack. Call once or twice and listen
> > your call the fox exchange and your call again, then send your exchange
> > SPC NAME PWR) [that's RST STATE-or-PROVINCE-or-COUNTRY NAME POWER (i.e.
> > 5W)]. This fox dance will take place above and below 7.040Mhz.
> > Hope to see some new ones in the log this evening. Be sure to post here
> > brag about your first Pelts!
> > 73 es happy hunting.
> > John, N1QO
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