Photos by Bill Bear
Photos by Bill Bear
Chris Depuy, WBØITG, provides this picture taken at the Tunnel Aid Station during the Sept 10th Imogene Pass Run.
The Silverton Double Dirty 30 Run will be held Saturday, September 24th. There are two attachments to this post—click on the pictures to get the detailed attachments.
For further information, contact Chris DePuy, ham11runner at gmail.com, and his phone number is 240 followed by 1654.
Here’s a photo I took at the Ouray aid station for the HR100 endurance race.
Club member Bill Bear offers two photos of the finish line in Silverton.
Friday, July 15th, 2016, found many MARC members supporting the annual Hard Rock 100-mile endurance run. Dick Schultz sends these pictures from the Telluride aid station.
I’ve added a new “page” to the website. Pages are more permanent than posts, and the new page, “Technical Data” is a repository for the club’s collective technical memory. The first two documents are high-quality scans of the original (and unique) designs for the Field Day antennas. You can see these documents by clicking here.
We had a very successful Field Day on June 25th and 26th, thanks to the excellent planning and coordination of Field Day Chairman Royce Seymour, AAØJD. We had several public officials visit, enjoyed good food, and lots of operating.
The Montrose Amateur Radio Club (MARC) is hosting its annual Tailgate Party on Saturday June 4, 2016 at the Lions Pavilion, Confluence Park, Delta, from 8:00 AM to noon. Admission is free. (See map below.)
All attendees will be included in the drawing for door prizes. The Grand Prize is a Yaesu mobile transceiver valued at $300.
According to Steve Schroeder, Tailgate Party Chairman: “The Tailgate Party is an opportunity to buy, sell, or trade amateur radio equipment and supplies. You can find the parts and equipment that you have been looking for at great prices, sell the gear you no longer need, and meet the hams you have been talking to on the air. Coffee, doughnuts and water will be available for a small donation. This event is sanctioned by the American Radio Relay League. New hams and those interested in becoming a hams are invited.”
Tables for sellers are available on a first come – first served basis for $5.00.
Contact Lew French at 970-417-6142 for more information.
At our club meeting on May 20th, 2016, club member Jim Adams, AAØCW, demonstrated how he makes contacts via amateur satellites.
To view Jim’s presentation in PDF format, click here (large file).