Colorado QSO Party: Pictures from Lizard Head Pass

Several of our club members participated in the Colorado QSO party from the summit of Lizard Head Pass. They set up on the boundary between San Miguel and Delores counties. Under the rules, any station they work can count this for two counties at once.

Colo QSO Party

Bill Bear, KCØQXX, and Royce Seymour, AAØJD, set up antennas for the Colorado QSO Party. Photo by John Nelson, NYØQ.


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Colo QSO Party

Bill Bear operates the station. Photo by John Nelson.

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Colo QSO Party

Steve Schroder, KIØKY, and Royce finish the finer points of an antenna. Photo by John Nelson.

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Colo QSO Party

Oops…I’m having a senior moment here and am forgetting this OM’s name. Help me out! Photo by John Nelson.

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Colo QSO Party

Antennas used for the CO QSO Party operation at Lizard Head Pass. Photo by John Nelson.

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Colo QSO Party

More antenna work. Photo by John Nelson.

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Colo QSO Party

Participants at the Colo QSO Party operation. L-R, Bill Bear, John Nelson, Steve Schroder, Royce Seymour.

About Dave Casler, KEØOG (Webmaster)

Ham radio operator for over 40 years, Dave Casler holds Amateur Extra class call sign KEØOG. He is the webmaster for the Montrose Amateur Radio Club and is happy to receive articles and photos from club members. Dave enjoys HF SSB ragchewing, PSK-31, APRS, and software-defined radio (SDR).
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