Today, Connie introduced the 3rd graders at Horace Mann Elementary to Amateur Radio. Good job Connie and everyone that participated!
Link to the audio in case the parents would like to listen.
I just got done listening to last nights’ net and heard the discussions about the mysterious hum.
Unprocessed audio from Jeff’s 220 net on 10/25/2023 at the request of W0VK.
Clips overlap each other by several seconds.
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(With Brownies for dessert)
The winning entry for the August SPARKword puzzle was submitted by Mark, NØOWZ. Congratulations, Mark!!
Mark will receive a pan of Connie’s brownies (but has to provide his own chicken dinner!).
Puzzle solution and Mark’s submission can be found here.
The solution to this month’s SPARKword puzzle has been posted to the website. Hover over “menu” then click “Puzzle solutions”
Future solutions will be posted to that page about a week after the puzzle comes out in the newsletter.
Also, Connie is offering a pan of brownies to the first person each month (starting next month) that emails a screenshot, photo or other proof that you completed the puzzle correctly to firstname.lastname@example.org !!!!!
I checked the APRS map this morning and caught Mark, K0NYE road trippin’. He hit the Sedalia Igate past where he crossed the river at Lexington. Google Maps measured it at 49 miles. Something to be said about having your Igate antenna at 400+ feet!
Update: I looked again later and he hit the Sedalia Igate when he was passing through Polo at 72 miles. Good job on the Igate Steve and Doc!