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#1

Check out the short bit on SOTA on the arrl homepage:

http://www.arrl.org/news/features/2009/07/10/10955/?nc=1

and www.arrl.org

a great push for SOTA, my only complaint is that I was called an activist instead of Region Manager or something.

ARRL has over 150,000 members…

The story came as a surprise to me.

73,
Tom-N2YTF


#2

Hi Tom,

Great SOTA article.

Just to let SOTA chasers know that Compounce Mountain which Stan WA1LOU is planning to activate dosen’t qualify for SOTA, I emailed Stan to let him know about it. Anyway good luck to Stan for his activation.

Jimmy M3EYP


#3

In reply to N2YTF:
FB PR Dave. I caught this ealrier with a Google news alert. Well done.

Looks like listing the CT summits in W1 near the ARRL paid off :slight_smile:

73 Marc G0AZS (K1UG)


#4

In reply to N2YTF:

my only complaint is that I was called an activist

I think they were confusing SOTA (Summits on the Air) with SOTA (Secret Organisation of Terrorists and Anarchists)

Steve GW7AAV ;0)


#5

In reply to GW7AAV:
Today we activate a hill…tomorrow we run nude through the streets to save the whales!


#6

In reply to N2YTF:
Great PR for SOTA, maybe you could correct them (ARRL) Tom and submit an article for them to publish? Sean M0GIA


#7

In reply to N2YTF:

In reply to GW7AAV:
Today we activate a hill…tomorrow we run nude through the streets to save the whales!

ROTFL

May I suggest a high factor sun cream, liberally applied and running shoes. I am all for saving Wales. Sorry, whales!

Steve GW7AAV


#8

In reply to N2YTF:

Please count W6 OUT of the nude whale thing.