SOTA/WAB

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SOTA/WAB

Postby M1BJR » Thu Jun 27, 2013 3:16 pm

Hi gents/ladies,

The 8M 'roach pole' has arrived courtesy of a great eBay seller "Pauls Angling Supplies".
It's going to carry a couple of dipoles probably 40/20m and I'll press the old mobile set, the Yaesu FT100, into use for /P work soon.
I'm not doing any mobile work now as I don't want to butcher up the new E-Class, and to be honest 40m mobile is not 'all that' anyhow.

But, I do fancy some easy SOTA stuff that might also offer some new squares to the group too.
Initially it will be local area stuff, there are some easy hits in Somerset Mendips, and near my parents in Cornwall - Kit Hill etc.
A few of these are close proximity to the car parks, which suits me as I'm a bit lazy these days and the family can grab a picnic too :)

I'll pop the WAB/SOTA activations up as I get involved next month. See you there!

Steve Lesson
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Re: ATAS120a and portable SOTA/WAB

Postby G1PIE » Thu Jun 27, 2013 4:33 pm

I have sent out your for sale steve of the ATAS via my large email group.
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Re: ATAS120a and portable SOTA/WAB

Postby M1BJR » Thu Jul 04, 2013 12:02 am

Thanks Mark,
Now sold - many thanks for your help!

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Re: SOTA/WAB

Postby G1PIE » Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:48 am

glad to have helped steve,
after all it is the motto of WAB "To assist others"
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