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Re: Trip to CN79, CN69, CO70,and possibly CO60 in Canada.



On 5/29/07, Patrick Green <pagreen@gmail.com> wrote:

> These squares seem rare to me.  I was wondering what the desire for them
> would be.  I would have to make a special effort to hit CO60 but I would do
> it if there are a bunch of people that want it.  Let me know.  I would be
> operating FM sats and APRS packet with my HT and Arrow from these areas.

Wow, those are unusual grid squares... that is, finding a grid square
(CN69) that N7SFI [now WI7P] hasn't worked is rare indeed!  I would be
pleased just to get three grids.  So for me, CO60 would be frosting the
cake, but others may have other opinions.  Thank you so much for going
out there!

		         -- KD6PAG  (Networking Old-Timer, Satellite QRPer)

P.S.  I'll be in CM86 on Saturday afternoon (and possibly one pass on Sunday
afternoon/early evening).  KA9SCF, please try to work me there if you don't
have it already, so i can return your favor in advance.
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