“Gerard Roux, ZSAYU (A25GF) het die volgende e-pos gestuur:
Ek vertrek Vrydag 18 Maart na Botswana (Jwaneng KG25ij) en keer terug 21 Maart. Gaan ‘n bietjie radio speel en sal ook aktief wees op 6M (50 Mhz). Ek merk eers vandag dat daar ‘n BHF kompitisie is oor die naweek. Sou ek van die OKs hoor, hoop ek om vir hulle ‘n paar punte te besorg. My roepsein sal wees A25GF. Laat asb maar weet vir die belangstellendes.”
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ZS-WAGS – KG20fe
“Carina and I (Dennis Green) are travelling to Op-die-Oewer Caravan Park in Orania this afternoon. We will be there until Thursday 24 March.
If you need KG20 on a band, send me a whatsapp or an e-mail and we can arrange a sked.”
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From the SARL Forum: ZS WAGS (Worked all South African Grid Squares)
9/07/2016 was a very, very busy day for WAGS.
With two vehicles crossing scares (one West Coast and one East Coast) and relative scares grids and another two relative scares grids being active for the afternoon (Tankwa Karoo and NE-Cape), numerous grid squares were marked off today, sometimes causing a frantic panic to make a contact before the vehicle left the grid or the propagation left for another square.
Grids that were jotted down today included KF39, KF48, KF38, JF86, KG01, JG91, JG90, JG80 and JG81.
Tomorrow is another day. The same vehicles are on the road, traveling further. Frequencies to monitor are 7.150, 7.155, 7.160 and 7.170Mhz.
Watch out for JF89, JF99, JF88, KF07, KF17 and KF28.
PS: Read a message above . . . Monitor APRS (ZS4PR-5) returning from Namibia on 10/07/16.
24October to 28October 2016
I’m available to be hunkered on 40m grid square KG35XV from 24th to 28th Oct 2016.
Catch me if you can.
73’s Regards Mike ZS6MSW