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Any Ham Radio Operators Here?

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Wow, there are a lot of hams that also do Geocaching!

 

WD4IJE

Decatur, GA

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Hi, I'm Christy.....ADØNN

Fenton, Missouri

 

I've done Fox Hunting, then got into Geo Fox Hunting and met some other hams that do Geo Caching.

Just signed up today...7/31/17

 

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KD8WAV

Ed

Kalamazoo, MI

2M, D-Star, & HF (20 & 40)

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KB1IIR 

EC  Mt. Washington Valley N.H.  ARES

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Hey guys,
this is DL3BY from Munich / South Bavaria / Germany.
JN58VH

73 de Stefan

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KC3III from Lancaster PA

 

i wouldnt have thoughts so many folks into geocaching would have a callsign! its a great thing.

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Hello!

My call sign is KD0KVF. I'm in Colorado

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N8PZT, Stephen, in Lead, South Dakota.  (Got the 8-call back in Michigan, in 1991.)  Currently at General Class level, working toward my Extra.

I find Geocaching works well with Mobile Ham Radio operations.

Is there anyone here in the Lead/Deadwood area that also enjoys Geocaching?

Have Fun, Be Safe, Find The Treasure! :-)

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WA6EQL

Was mainly a cw operator, then R/C gliders on 53MHz, recently upgraded to Extra expecting to go cw again.

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Andrew--Central Florida

WX4AMS (yeah, vanity call--goes well with my other interest of meteorology! :D)

Got my license in 2014, two years after starting caching. Mostly repeater, net, and ARES operator, although I dabble in HF when I get the time...and I'm not out caching that is!

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