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Old 06-08-2009, 05:17 PM   #1
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Hi from the newest newbie. Is there a section of the forum regarding HF nets for those on the road? Or campsite?
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:03 PM   #2
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I just signed up with a net on 40 meters there are mobile's that check in all the time you might want to check out there web site its www.southcars.com
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Thanks for joining and your question gives me some site upgrades wh3en I get a chance.

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Old 06-09-2009, 08:44 AM   #4
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Hi from the newest newbie. Is there a section of the forum regarding HF nets for those on the road? Or campsite?
Many RV'ers hang out around 7230 on 40 meters. There is at least one RV net on that freq in the mornings. Not sure what time it starts but I'm listening to it presently, 7:45 AM CDT. Hope that helps.

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Are you looking for nets, or are you wanting to chat about nets?

If you are looking for nets I suggest visiting the ARRL web page and using the public service drop down if that sounds like too much typing.. click here to go straight to the page

Of course you are still going to have fun finding the nets, it's not that easy a tool

I usually check into the Wolverine SSB net and pre-net (pre-net at 2200Z net at 2300Z) 3935,, and the Breakfast Club on 3973 (mornings, I'm not sure of the hours but it runs for like 4 or 5 hours) had a real good net control today.

Another fun net is noonish (Eastern time) on 7272.. They chew up a lot of rags there.

And then there are tons of RF nets, FMCA, Escapees, and other nets you can look up via the link above
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