I was able to use the W4MQ remote transceiver in, I think, Virginia to listen in on the 7024 Saturday 1:30 CST QRQ net. It was a lot of fun but it was hard copy for me. The CW does comes over the internet kind of 'mushy'. I was going to check in but I chickened out ( no pun intended for CFO members!) given that I could only send at maximum of 40 wpm over the remote transceiver. While I know you mainlanders are putting up with horrific weather, I still would trade a little snow just to hear 40 meter stations again out here on Maui. I have my TenTec Omni D and keyboard ready for action for when the sunspots return. Maybe we could set up a 20, 15, or 10 meter QRQ net when the spots return?

Joe KH6/W3GW

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That's GREAT Joe !
please go ahead and chime in there on the next one!!
glad you were able to hear us on the webtransceiver
we all look forward to QSO'n you maybe on the next one


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