Snake River Amateur Radio Club     Canyon County, Idaho      Grid: DN13

Bob, W7RLS, answering questions about emergency communications.

Setting up. Notice the three workstations. Since Winter Field Day didn't start until noon, we took our time to do things right.

Of course, we had to stop every now and then to have some munchies. Thanks Bob.

Three workstations lined up in a row. The closest is Steve's, WB7VEQ, then Craig's, KD5ODQ, and Bob's, W7RLS. 

Allen, W7ADM, worked CW during the contest. He made 66 contacts, the most of anyone in our group. Band contitions were poor so digital ruled the day. John, KD7HGS, made 33 PSK31 contacts while we had 14 phone contacts.

  

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Once again we held Winter Field Day at the Nampa Fire Training center. This year there was a lot of snow on the ground and it was cold so it was a good thing we were inside. In years past several of us have pulled our RV's to the Training Center and used the event to make sure our campers were ready for the camping season. Will, we couldn't even get them out of storage due to the snow. Enough of the camping, we had a good turnout with Bob, W7RLS and John, KD7HGS, talking to several individuals about what we were doing and how we were doing it.Bob, W7RLS, and Steve, WB7VEQ, fixed a wonderful dutch oven dinner. Thanks for the good food.

  

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