"Ollie" (K6JYB) Welcomes You...

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Re: "Ollie" (K6JYB) Welcomes You...

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Post by ki6kui » Sat Mar 29, 2008 7:33 am

DaveK wrote:
ki6kui wrote:Maybe Tom will show us how to make it safe enough to change my mind.

73
Ken


HEY!!! What about Ollie and me!
Are you guys safe? :o Seriously, I thought of Tom as being our resident training expert.
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Post by DaveK » Sun Mar 30, 2008 8:01 pm

Define safe!
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Post by gon2srf » Wed Apr 16, 2008 11:25 am

Hey guys, looks like your on to something pretty cool here, great site. I know Ollie from Adventure4x4.net and visit IH8MUD.com and FJCruisersForum.com. I enjoy exploring in my 07' FJ Cruiser. I am working on my tech license now. Hope to see you all on the trail soon.

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Post by OLLIE » Wed Apr 16, 2008 6:26 pm

gon2srf wrote:Hey guys, looks like your on to something pretty cool here, great site. I know Ollie from Adventure4x4.net and visit IH8MUD.com and FJCruisersForum.com. I enjoy exploring in my 07' FJ Cruiser. I am working on my tech license now. Hope to see you all on the trail soon.

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Post by NotAMog » Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:02 pm

I'm glad that Tom sent out the information on this group in his latest customer E-mail message. Part of the reason I bought my rig (see the Pinzgauer post under Outdoor Adventure Vehicles) was to get out and do ham radio in unusual locations. I've only been into off roading for the last couple of years and I'm more interested in getting out to go camping and seeing new things away from the crowds than rock crawling for the sake of rock crawling.

I'm looking forward to getting out with the group sometime this Summer.
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Post by OLLIE » Sun Apr 20, 2008 9:55 pm

NotAMog wrote:I'm glad that Tom sent out the information on this group in his latest customer E-mail message. Part of the reason I bought my rig (see the Pinzgauer post under Outdoor Adventure Vehicles) was to get out and do ham radio in unusual locations. I've only been into off roading for the last couple of years and I'm more interested in getting out to go camping and seeing new things away from the crowds than rock crawling for the sake of rock crawling.

I'm looking forward to getting out with the group sometime this Summer.
You look like you have my dream rolling emergency radio vehicle there. I love the Pinzgauers and Mogs. :D
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Re: "Ollie" (K6JYB) Welcomes You...

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Post by SteveS » Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:39 pm

Hi I'm Steve from Long Beach

I just joined and listened to the 2m talk from Keller tonight. Fun talk

I tried to join the roll-call but guess I need to find my owners manual and learn to move beyond Simplex, hence this is why I said I listened :D .

Hope I have better luck here. 8-)

OK, I'm off to check to look around this site some.

THANKS for the invite.

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Post by Steve B » Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:00 pm

Hey All,

My name is Steve and i Live in Corona. I was raised in San Diego but spent my summers at June Lake. I Hunt in California and Wyoming, mostly deer, Antelope, and any Predator i can find. I am into amateur radio, working on my General by next month. I am really looking forward to hearing the Thursday net.

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Post by eubi » Tue Apr 29, 2008 11:44 am

Hello all;

Well, I don't have a 4X4 (yet :D ), but I do enjoy riding my bicycle and backpacking in the beautiful Southern California deserts. I am a Venture Crew Advisor, and am therefore responsible for High Adventure activies.

On my last desert backpacking trip, I took my Scout troop up Red Cloud Road, between Chiriaco Summit and Desert Center. A couple of us Scouters are HAMs, so we enjoy using our radios during these outings, and introducing the Scouts to the fun of HAM radio.

I belong to FCARA, and notice a couple familiar call signs who are members also.

rich
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Re: "Ollie" (K6JYB) Welcomes You...

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Post by DaveK » Tue Apr 29, 2008 11:55 am

Hey Rich:

Welcome. You don't need a 4x4 to belong or to participate. We will be doing many 2wd trips and if you are an outdoor guy, there are plenty of trips available.
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