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Mount Baker ARC QRP/CW Month Activity

Our neighbors in Whatcom County, MBARC sent this announcement to their members and the local ham community. SJCARS members might have fun participating too. FEBRUARY is CW/QRP Month for MBARC This is a fun and friendly competition for MBARC members and anyone else that wants to participate. Details are at https://sites.google.com/site/mtbakerarc/home/events/qrp-contest but here are the […]

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Merry Christmas Eve

I’m staying at a Cabin near Mt Hood and won’t be Net Control this evening.

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Holiday Party Cancelled

With the recent passing of our friend and member Charlie Lindenberg, we have cancelled the Holiday Party in order to bid 73 to W7BXH. Services will be held at the Presbyterian Church: Saturday, Dec. 13, at 11:30 a.m. Burial will take place at the Valley Cemetery, on Madden Lane. Charles Warren Lindenberg

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ARRL Centennial QSO Party

Dan, N6AU, and Hoop, K9QJS, will be part of the Washington state team activating W1AW/7 for portable operation the first week in November as part of the year-long ARRL Centennial QSO Party. Over 160,000 hams from around the world have been participating by contacting these W1AW portable operations in US states and territories.  “Pile-ups” are […]

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And the Winner Is…

The winner of the first K7LRK QRP antenna contest is Wayne, WA6MPG.  In fact, his entry so obviously blew away the field that no one else even asked to be judged.  Clark, K7LRK, used the occasion instead to spend an hour or so getting his antenna tuned up: Wayne’s antenna operates on all bands, including […]

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Where and When:  The SJCARS picnic on Lopez, Sept. 13, 2014 It is called the K7LRK Antenna Shootout because Clark, K7LRK, had the idea.  If this turns out to be a good idea, remember, it was Clark’s; if it turns out to be a bad idea, remember, it was Clark’s. Here’s how it works:  Bring […]

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2014 ILLW Results

By most measures, this year’s ILLW event was even better than the last.  We had almost twice as many contacts, twice as many lighthouses, twice as many transmitters and antennas, and better weather. We (Mike, N7TLL, Hoop, K9QJS, and Ed, KD7TUN) started setting up about 8 am.  The pump house where we get our power […]

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Saturday Dec 13th Mullis Fire is not available, but Orcas Fire is.

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