I am thinking Flight of the Bumblebees in STYLE this year !

FOBB Ride

K4UPG demonstrates how to get to FOBB in STYLE!

While everyone is thinking about antennas, staying cool and planning for the upcoming FOBB, I been checkin out a new ride! What do you think? Buzz- Buzz! Does this shout FOBB or what?

Now I can settle down and get ready for FOBB action with my untested top secret antenna. It will be all out for me again this year! Lookin’ for my friends out there on the ether and praying we don’t get lightning again like we did in 2009.

The last few years 20 meters has been the go to band, but it sure has not sounded very good here in Central Florida during the contest hours, so it will require being ready to shift bands to take advantage of the conditions.

BumbleBee #010 is gonna be listening for you all and lookin’ for the promised post of last year’s results too. CUL and 72– K4UPG

Kelly McClelland, K4UPG, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Florida, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “I am thinking Flight of the Bumblebees in STYLE this year !”

  • Don K3RLL:

    Hello Kelly,

    Love your new “BumbleBee Ride”! Excellent chariot choice for the FOBB.
    Besides, it does a lot for your “style”. No wonder we all admire your skills and abilities. Who else has such a conveyance to the FOBB this weekend?

    Go BB #10,
    … Don BB #94

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