Have been recently introduced to these webpages by Jack GM4COX (Thanks Jack)
I spend a lot of time in The Lake District (Northern England) and hope to activate a few summits.
Look forward to QSO’s
73 de GM0UKZ
Welcome on board, Chris.
I’ll be looking forward to chasing you, being chased by you or having a S2S QSO with you.
Best 73 de Guru
Greetings young man.
Be warned once bitten there is no cure for this sota bug.
I came here about a year ago and look at me me now its fun its addictive etc.
Look out for you on the summits.
‘Well done that man’ and great to have had a chat with you on Sunday after such a long time. Welcome back!
And as Karl says, and found by many, it can become ADDICTIVE. I’m a sad case-in-point You have been warned
Here’s to our first S2S (Summut to Summut)
73 to both
Ah, so you will need a passport extension then Chris seeing that you will be dashing back and forth across the border on a regular basis. As Karl says, SOTA is addictive, so expect the frequency of your visits to the Lakes to increase.
Hopefully catch up with you for an S2S during one of my GM raids. That would be interesting - a G in GM working a GM in G.
73, Gerald G4OIG
I hope you have as much fun playing radio on the hills as I do and like others looking forward to working you s2s in the near future. I’m in the Lake District activating a few summits over the weekend with Barry M0IML ( see Alerts/spots on Sotawatch) so looking forward to hearing you.
73 Allan GW4VPX
Hi Chris, always good to see more GM activators appearing.
I need you to start activating a whole raft of GM/SS summits so I can “complete” them and improve my score!
Tnx Jack…Will do my best!
As usual a bit late on parade, all I will say is just enjoy what you do, that is the best bit about Sota not a competition, simply do it when you want to do it, & enjoy.
Cheers Ken G0FEX