[aprssig] Baker To Vegas Tracking
ad6nh at arrl.net
Sun Apr 22 00:58:16 CDT 2007
I can only speculate on what happened, as I am not physically on the race
course this year. In fact, this is the first look I've had at things
since Thursday evening. I sent some equipment and instructions, but
either it was not installed properly OR (more likely) they were
overwhelmed with other issues and did not get to set up all of the
equipment for the alternate frequency. I know they were not able to
"replace" me this year, so everyone was extra busy. It's unfortunate that
things turned out as they did. Keep watching - it looks like they now
have the back half of the race course setup and I'm starting to see teams
Race started at 11:30 AM PDT.
Phil - AD6NH
James Fuller (N7VR)
> OK, Guys
> The site just says they start at 11:30 on April 21, 2007 at www.b2v.org.
> Poor assumtion on my part that it was prior to noon rather than 11:30 pm
> I will be watching.
> Stephen H. Smith wrote:
>> Steve Dimse wrote:
>>> On Apr 21, 2007, at 5:41 PM, James Fuller N7VR wrote:
>>>> I have been chacking here and have not seen a thing on either the
>>>> http://tracking.b2v.org or
>>>> http://b2v.fundu.com sites.
>>> I don't know about the first, but the second is findu.com, not
>>> If you are talking about the relative lack of activity, I do believe
>>> the race kicks off in the evening to avoid the heat...
>>> Steve K4HG
>> Well, there is definitely no heat to worry about this year!
>> We currently (4:40 PM Pacific) have chains required in the mountain
>> passes north of L.A. due to the rain and snow storm we had yesterday.
>> (For those of you from the Midwest and Eastern flatlands, the
>> California Highway Patrol mandates tire chains in the mountains and
>> passes during and after severe weather, and will actually stop and
>> ticket cars without them)
>> It's currently only 65 F in Pasadena and 71 in Las Vegas.....
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