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Re: 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Alex Onken
 

I had to use a computer to get into the database.


On Sun, Jul 29, 2018 at 12:59 AM, Jeff jeff@... [ham14er]
wrote:
 

I can’t get the database to load on my phone. Probably a Yahoo problem. 


On Jul 28, 2018, at 22:28, brian boschma brianb@brianboschma..com [ham14er] <ham14er@...> wrote:

Indeed they both work fine on my PC and the Mozilla browser. Not so much on my little tablet computer ?

Thanks,
Brian
N6IZ

'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
 

Hmmm. It is working for me.

Ham14er.org forwards to this:
https://sites.google.com/site/ham14er/
so maybe try that URL directly.

Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com

On 28-Jul-18 6:41 PM, brian boschma brianb@... [ham14er] wrote:
>
>
> Hi Bob,
>
>
> I tried Ham14er.org. The site seems to be a large advertisement ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Brian
> N6IZ
>
>
> 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
>>
>> There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er
>> Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off
>> 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.
>>
>> Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:
>>
>> *FREQUENCIES*:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a
>> "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as
>> a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice
>> on VHF/UHF SSB operating.
>>
>> _The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz. _ At the beginning of the
>> event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity
>> increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in
>> 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that
>> we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere
>> with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is
>> 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases,
>> operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases,
>> operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency..
>>  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans
>> and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147..42 MHz) and
>> occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates
>> where you are listening.
>>
>> _We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because
>> it is so easy to overload it._ However, if you need to make a call
>> there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back
>> to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.
>>
>> It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these
>> frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet.
>> It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm
>> frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.
>>
>> More operating info at ham14er.org
>>
>> --
>> Bob Witte / K0NR /bob@... /www..k0nr.com
>
> --
> Pelagic Autopilot LLC
>
>
>


--
Pelagic Autopilot LLC

1.2 GHz anyone?

Bob K0NR
 

Anyone else have 1.2 GHz FM for the 14er event?
I would take along an HT and antenna if other folks will be on that band.

73 Bob K0NR

--
Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

Re: 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Jeff <jeff@...>
 

I can’t get the database to load on my phone. Probably a Yahoo problem. 


On Jul 28, 2018, at 22:28, brian boschma brianb@... [ham14er] <ham14er@...> wrote:

Indeed they both work fine on my PC and the Mozilla browser. Not so much on my little tablet computer ?

Thanks,
Brian
N6IZ

'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
 

Hmmm. It is working for me.

Ham14er.org forwards to this:
https://sites.google.com/site/ham14er/
so maybe try that URL directly.

Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com

On 28-Jul-18 6:41 PM, brian boschma brianb@... [ham14er] wrote:
>
>
> Hi Bob,
>
>
> I tried Ham14er.org. The site seems to be a large advertisement ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Brian
> N6IZ
>
>
> 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
>>
>> There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er
>> Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off
>> 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.
>>
>> Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:
>>
>> *FREQUENCIES*:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a
>> "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as
>> a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice
>> on VHF/UHF SSB operating.
>>
>> _The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz. _ At the beginning of the
>> event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity
>> increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in
>> 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that
>> we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere
>> with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is
>> 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases,
>> operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases,
>> operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency..
>>  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans
>> and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147.42 MHz) and
>> occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates
>> where you are listening.
>>
>> _We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because
>> it is so easy to overload it._ However, if you need to make a call
>> there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back
>> to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.
>>
>> It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these
>> frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet.
>> It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm
>> frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.
>>
>> More operating info at ham14er.org
>>
>> --
>> Bob Witte / K0NR /bob@... /www.k0nr.com
>
> --
> Pelagic Autopilot LLC
>
>
>


--
Pelagic Autopilot LLC

Re: 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Brian
 

Indeed they both work fine on my PC and the Mozilla browser. Not so much on my little tablet computer ?

Thanks,
Brian
N6IZ

'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
 

Hmmm. It is working for me.

Ham14er.org forwards to this:
https://sites.google.com/site/ham14er/
so maybe try that URL directly.

Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com

On 28-Jul-18 6:41 PM, brian boschma brianb@... [ham14er] wrote:
>
>
> Hi Bob,
>
>
> I tried Ham14er.org. The site seems to be a large advertisement ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Brian
> N6IZ
>
>
> 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
>>
>> There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er
>> Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off
>> 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.
>>
>> Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:
>>
>> *FREQUENCIES*:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a
>> "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as
>> a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice
>> on VHF/UHF SSB operating.
>>
>> _The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz. _ At the beginning of the
>> event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity
>> increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in
>> 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that
>> we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere
>> with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is
>> 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases,
>> operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases,
>> operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency..
>>  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans
>> and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147.42 MHz) and
>> occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates
>> where you are listening.
>>
>> _We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because
>> it is so easy to overload it._ However, if you need to make a call
>> there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back
>> to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.
>>
>> It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these
>> frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet.
>> It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm
>> frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.
>>
>> More operating info at ham14er.org
>>
>> --
>> Bob Witte / K0NR /bob@... /www.k0nr.com
>
> --
> Pelagic Autopilot LLC
>
>
>


-- 
Pelagic Autopilot LLC

Re: 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Bob K0NR
 

Hmmm. It is working for me.

Ham14er.org forwards to this:
https://sites.google.com/site/ham14er/
so maybe try that URL directly.

Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

On 28-Jul-18 6:41 PM, brian boschma brianb@... [ham14er] wrote:


Hi Bob,


I tried Ham14er.org. The site seems to be a large advertisement ?

Regards,

Brian
N6IZ


'Bob Witte (K0NR)' @K0NR [ham14er] wrote:

There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.

Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:

*FREQUENCIES*:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice on VHF/UHF SSB operating.

_The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz. _ At the beginning of the event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases, operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases, operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency.  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147.42 MHz) and occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates where you are listening.

_We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because it is so easy to overload it._ However, if you need to make a call there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.

It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet. It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.

More operating info at ham14er.org

--
Bob Witte / K0NR /@K0NR /www.k0nr.com
--
Pelagic Autopilot LLC


Re: Get Your 14er Event Plans Together

Brad - WA6MM
 

Hi Bob,
I posted my plans for the 14er event next weekend. I see you did also.  I plan to be on14ers both days and work as many stations as possible -- on VHF and HF.

Looking forward to years years event!!!

73, Brad
WA6MM

Re: 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Brian
 

Hi Bob,


I tried Ham14er.org. The site seems to be a large advertisement ?

Regards,

Brian
N6IZ


'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] wrote:
 

There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.

Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:

FREQUENCIES:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice on VHF/UHF SSB operating. 

The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz.  At the beginning of the event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases, operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases, operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency.  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147.42 MHz) and occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates where you are listening.

We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because it is so easy to overload it. However, if you need to make a call there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.

It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet. It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.

More operating info at ham14er.org

-- 
Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com

-- 
Pelagic Autopilot LLC

2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event

Bob K0NR
 

There will be lots of activity on 2m FM during the Colorado 14er Event. Unlike normal SOTA operation, it works best if we stay off 146.52 MHz...it will get totally overloaded.

Here's some info from the Colorado 14er Event web page:

FREQUENCIES:   The frequency plan on 2m fm band plan uses a "primary frequency and move up" approach. You might recognize this as a "calling frequency" approach, very similar to the accepted practice on VHF/UHF SSB operating. 

The primary 2M FM frequency is 147.42 MHz.  At the beginning of the event, operators should try calling on 147.42 MHz. As activity increases on that frequency, operators should move up in frequency in 30 kHz steps, consistent with the band plan for Colorado. Note that we recommend skipping the 15 kHz channels, as they tend to interfere with each other. The next standard simplex up from 147.42 MHz is 147.45 MHz, followed by 147.48 MHz, etc.  As activity increases, operators should spread out on the band. As activity decreases, operators should move back closer to the primary simplex frequency.  Some of the stronger stations (such as the stations on Mount Evans and Pikes Peak) should stay put on one frequency (NOT 147.42 MHz) and occasionally make a quick announcement on 147.42 MHz that indicates where you are listening.

We try to stay off the 2m fm calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, because it is so easy to overload it. However, if you need to make a call there to generate activity, go ahead but then move the activity back to the 147 MHz frequencies listed above.

It is a good idea to preprogram your radio memories with these frequencies so you won't be fumbling around with them at 14,000 feet. It will be helpful to be able to monitor more than one 2m fm frequency, so you can always leave a receiver on 147.42 MHz.

More operating info at ham14er.org

-- 
Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com

Get Your 14er Event Plans Together

Bob K0NR
 

OK, I can start nagging everyone about this because I finally got around to posting our Colorado 14er Event plans.

We are one week away from the event, so let's get the info into the database on Yahoo groups.
That way we can see what other folks are planning so we spread out on the summits or coordinate if we end up on the same summit.
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ham14er/database

You may also want to put an alert out on SOTAwatch.org

Sometimes we aren't exactly sure what we are going to do so we hesitate to post anything. However, it is better if you post your intentions even if they are not 100% certain. If you think about it, no one's plans are 100% sure...always subject to weather, illness, family priorities, etc. This isn't a contractual commitment. :-)

This past week, we have seen the weather pattern settle into the classic summertime afternoon showers. Given the wildfire situation, the rain is welcome. But keep this in mind and plan to get below treeline around noon.

73 Bob K0NR

--
Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

Re: DMR Experiment on Ham14er weekend

Terry Carter
 

Bob,
Whoops, I hadn't caught that.  I'll definitely change it to 446.200 instead.  I look forward to testing this out!

73,
Terry

On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 4:02 PM, 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' bob@... [ham14er] <ham14er@...> wrote:
 

Terry,
I am interested in giving this a try.
I think we should choose a different frequency though...446.500 MHz is
in the "Full Duplex Auxiliary" section of the 70cm band plan.
See http://www.ccarc.net/images/CCARC_FUP_420-450MHz_revd.pdf
We could conceivably interfere with someone's repeater link there.
How about 446.200 MHz instead?

73, Bob

Bob Witte / K0NR / bob@... / www.k0nr.com



On 17-Jul-18 3:45 PM, Terry Carter carterterrence@... [ham14er] wrote:
>
>
> Hi everyone!  I will be bringing my Anytone D868UV radio with me for
> the weekend.  If anyone is interested, I will attempt to get some DMR
> simplex contacts.  Here's the data you will need for your codeplug:
>
> Simplex Frequency: 446.500
> ColorCode: 01
> Timeslot: 01
> Talkgroup: 99
>
> Of course I will be on FM Analog.  This time I will be bringing HF
> gear as well, hopefully get a few of those California S2S stations! 
> I'm looking forward to the weekend!
>
> 73,
> Terry (KE0HNW)
>
>
>


Re: DMR Experiment on Ham14er weekend

Bob K0NR
 

Terry,
I am interested in giving this a try.
I think we should choose a different frequency though...446.500 MHz is in the "Full Duplex Auxiliary" section of the 70cm band plan.
See http://www.ccarc.net/images/CCARC_FUP_420-450MHz_revd.pdf
We could conceivably interfere with someone's repeater link there.
How about 446.200 MHz instead?

73, Bob

Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

On 17-Jul-18 3:45 PM, Terry Carter @ke0hnw [ham14er] wrote:


Hi everyone!  I will be bringing my Anytone D868UV radio with me for the weekend.  If anyone is interested, I will attempt to get some DMR simplex contacts.  Here's the data you will need for your codeplug:

Simplex Frequency: 446.500
ColorCode: 01
Timeslot: 01
Talkgroup: 99

Of course I will be on FM Analog.  This time I will be bringing HF gear as well, hopefully get a few of those California S2S stations!  I'm looking forward to the weekend!

73,
Terry (KE0HNW)


Pyramid Peak Sota tomorrow, Friday morning

Bob K0NR
 

Ben K0FPX will be activating Pyramid Peak tomorrow on 2m FM (146.52 MHz).
It is a challenging climb. If you are in range try to work him.

73, Bob K0NR

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Pyramid Peak Sota tomorrow, Friday monring
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 15:11:20 -0600
From: Walton Stinson <wstinson@...>
To: WALTON STINSON <w0cp@...>



Ben, K0FPX, will be activating the challenging Pyramid Peak near Aspen tomorrow morning. Getting 4 QSO's on 146.52 is his goal. After successfully climbing Capitol last year, I don't doubt he will make it up this time, but I hope there are four hams within range that can work him. He will have 5w and 3 elements. 73
_____________________________________
Walt W0CP

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DMR Experiment on Ham14er weekend

Terry Carter
 

Hi everyone!  I will be bringing my Anytone D868UV radio with me for the weekend.  If anyone is interested, I will attempt to get some DMR simplex contacts.  Here's the data you will need for your codeplug:

Simplex Frequency: 446.500
ColorCode: 01
Timeslot: 01
Talkgroup: 99

Of course I will be on FM Analog.  This time I will be bringing HF gear as well, hopefully get a few of those California S2S stations!  I'm looking forward to the weekend!

73,
Terry (KE0HNW)

Re: Reminder of Safety Issues

Brad - WA6MM
 

Hi Bob,
Timely post as the 14er event is fast approaching!  I'll add some reinforcement that one should know the route up and down the mountain you intend to do.  Case in point.....when I did Square Top Mtn last month I passed two women coming back down the mountain.  They were a bit surprised when I told them they had just done Square Top as they thought they were on Bierstadt!  I pointed out Bierstadt to them which was 180 deg in the opposite direction across the valley........

73, Brad
WA6MM

2-DAY HAM RADIO EQUIPMENT SALE - July 21 & 22

Barb Sublette
 

Hello Ham14ers,
 
2-DAY ONLY HAM RADIO EQUIPMENT SALE!! 
Arvada, Colorado - July 21 & 22, 2018
 
My father, Walt Hane, was a member of this group until he passed away last year.  He participated in a number of 14er climbs with his ham equipment.  He was a ham radio enthusiast for over 70 years!  We have been identifying and inventorying his extensive ham radio equipment collection and are now ready to host a 2-day sale at 9685 W. 70th Ave. in Arvada, CO 80004 July 21 & 22.
 
70 year collection of new and used equipment!
100’s of items including: 
Brand new (assembled but never installed) Stepp IR Yagi 6-20M antenna,
ETO Model PA-89 Alpha 89 HF Linear amplifier,
Yaesu Rotator/Controller & Thrust Bearings,
Ten-Tec Omni-Directional Microphone,
Icom IC-7300 HF-6m Transceiver,
Various vintage Heathkit and Collins equipment,
Numerous books & Miscellaneous Parts,
Vintage Morse Code Contact Key,
100s of feet of Coax Cable,
Wide assortment of tubes,
And so much more!
Some items are brand new in their original boxes!
 
Need a 70’ tower for your antenna?  We have one for FREE if you come to Evergreen & get it!
 
See attached sale flier and the attached spreadsheet of items available for sale.
 
If you have trouble opening the attachment you may download the list at this link:
 
For questions, call 720-663-1043.
 
All sales are final.  Prices do not include shipping, but we are happy to ship most items if you cannot attend the sale.
 
Thank you!
Barb Sublette
Daughter of Walt Hane W4HXC

Re: Reminder of Safety Issues

Jonathan L. Rosner
 

Dear Bob,

Many thanks for the posting, and especially for the video of progress along Capitol Peak's knife edge. I was always curious about it, having
enjoyed climbing some of the easier 14-ers between 1958 and 2009, and am now satisfied that it was out of my league.

73,
Jon WO9S

-- Jonathan L. Rosner
Enrico Fermi Inst., U. Chicago Phone: 773-702-7694
5640 S. Ellis Avenue Fax: 773-702-8038
Chicago, IL 60637 USA @jlrosner
================================================================

On Mon, 2 Jul 2018, 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' @K0NR [ham14er] wrote:

Here's a good discussion of the safety issues with the 14ers (and other
summits) in Colorado. 10 people died on 14ers in 2017, 5 of them on
Capitol Peak.

http://www.cpr.org/news/story/want-to-tackle-a-pro-14er-like-capitol-just-remember-youtube-is-not-your-mentor
--
Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

Reminder of Safety Issues

Bob K0NR
 

Here's a good discussion of the safety issues with the 14ers (and other summits) in Colorado. 10 people died on 14ers in 2017, 5 of them on Capitol Peak.

http://www.cpr.org/news/story/want-to-tackle-a-pro-14er-like-capitol-just-remember-youtube-is-not-your-mentor

--
Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

New file uploaded to ham14er

ham14er@...
 

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the ham14er
group.

File : /Colorado 14er Event Flyer 2018.docx
Uploaded by : k0nr <@K0NR>
Description : Colorado 14er Event Flyer - Word doc

You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ham14er/files/Colorado%2014er%20Event%20Flyer%202018.docx

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
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Regards,

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New file uploaded to ham14er

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Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the ham14er
group.

File : /Colorado 14er Event Flyer 2018.pdf
Uploaded by : k0nr <@K0NR>
Description : 2018 Colorado 14er Event Flyer

You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ham14er/files/Colorado%2014er%20Event%20Flyer%202018.pdf

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
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Re: Colorado 14er Event Flyer - 2018

Bob K0NR
 

Mark,

Yes the database is ready to go. We have three summits already listed.
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ham14er/database

73, Bob

Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com

On 26-Jun-18 8:53 AM, Mark Molberg n0mtn@... [ham14er] wrote:


I thought I had a commitment that weekend but it looks like I am free to hike.

Is the database file ready for us to add our summit plans?

73,
Mark
N0MTN

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On Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 8:09 AM, 'Bob Witte (K0NR)' @K0NR
[ham14er]
<ham14er@...> wrote:

Here's the flyer for the Colorado 14er Event, August 4 & 5.
This will be a big weekend (and week) for SOTA activity.

Please spread the word.

73, Bob

--
Bob Witte / K0NR / @K0NR / www.k0nr.com