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    I know there is a bunch of Ham operators on here maybe we should make a list so when we are on the trail or what have you we know eachothers call signs??

    KD8HLT
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    so just one other nerd on here
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    I had a member call me before the Quarterly asking about frequencies and repeaters in the WB area - all Greek to me, but I didn't have a spot either here or over on GL4x4 to steer him to to get the information. Is there a website for loacal HAM users with that kind of information, or some other source?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bult4mud View Post
    I know there is a bunch of Ham operators on here maybe we should make a list so when we are on the trail or what have you we know eachothers call signs??

    KD8HLT

    hahaha........... a policeman's call sign is KD8-HALT
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteRhino View Post
    hahaha........... a policeman's call sign is KD8-HALT
    That's pretty good! I recently changed mine, but I may be changing it yet again...

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    Great idea on the list. Previous club I belonged to had a business card size list that had everyone's call sign on. We should do that plus add the repeator freq's we would normally use in the areas we wheel in.
    For instance WB would be 146.94, it's also ironic that in Canada, Gitchee Gumee area is ALSO 146.94. I think Gaylord is 147.180 but will have to check. Bay City area, i.e. travelling TO our wheeling spot is 147.13 which used to be a pretty high profile machine. There's also the LINK system in MIchigan which is primarialy on the west side of the state but will hook you up from South Bend Indiana to the UP?
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    KD8HLU - I will probably be going to my dad's old call sign sometime in the future tho
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    Losers.....I have Verizon Wireless on my work phone. So I get helicopters, trucks, guys that pop up out of man hole covers and I even think I saw a tank in one commercial. Beat that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgottler View Post
    Losers.....I have Verizon Wireless on my work phone. So I get helicopters, trucks, guys that pop up out of man hole covers and I even think I saw a tank in one commercial. Beat that!


    'nuff said.


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