Bees and Skeeters, oh my!
The bugs is among us!
As of Friday, if you aren’t already aware, Rich Fisher KI6SN announced that he is accepting requests for Bee numbers for the Annual Flight of the Bumble Bees. which will occur on Sunday July 27th. The sign up procedures for both Sprints remain the same as last year – however each Sprint has a different sign up procedure.
To become a Bee, the first thing you have to do is visit http://bit.ly/15aGgN1. Once you’re there, you can see what numbers have been requested and assigned. When you have in mind the number you would like to be assigned, you send Rich an e-mail with your request and two alternate choices to: [email protected].
In your e-mail, you send Rich the following information:
Your First Name
The field location you anticipate to be operating from
Your Top 3 Choices for FOBB Number
Then, go back and check the database after a bit of time, as Rich will not be sending individual confirmation e-mails. I saw my name and number appear just a few hours after I had sent Rich my request.
As I’ve stated before, the procedure for getting a Skeeter number for the NJQRP Skeeter Hunt is a tad different. Just send an e-mail to [email protected], and I will send you a sequential number in a confirming e-mail. I just sent out a bunch of Skeeter numbers to people who sent me requests last week while I was on vacation. If you have sent me a request, and didn’t get a reply or you don’t see your name on the roster, then I apologize. Send me another e-mail and I’ll get a number out to you, lickety-split.
Both Sprints are on Sundays from 1700 – 2100 UTC and both are designed to get you and your gear out in the fresh air to enjoy the Great Outdoors. Personally, I hope to work you in both events!
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP – When you care to send the very least!