Making a bunch of contacts already!
We wanted to take a moment and thank all of our fellow Amateur Radio Operators that have shown interest in our organization and our website. We have officially hit 5,000 unique hits. Our counter system is not perfect, but it is set up to track unique clicks within a 24 hours period based on users’ IP Addresses, and it’s telling us we have become popular among other Hams.
Thank you for your interest, and we hope to talk to you on the air waves soon!
Day 1 was very successful. We arrived at the Lighthouse around 8:00am and had our station up and running by 10:00am. Overall, KC2YYL made 113 contacts which included 5 other Lighthouses, 2 mobiles and 1 club station in the EMO.
We were operating on 7.265.00 for most of the day, and changed bands a few times due to changing conditions.
Net Operators were Mark N2XXH, John AC2DD, Darren KD2BOH and a special guest Steve Jr.! We also were visited by two Canadian Hams from the other side of the river! Overall a very successful day, and we are looking forward to starting tomorrow bright and early.
Any stations that made contact with us today that would like a QSL card, please see our QSL page link above for more information. Also, any local operators interested in transmitting tomorrow 04/01/2012 from the Old Fort Niagara Lighthouse, please contact John at AC2DD@ARRL.NET.
Thank you very much and we look forward to speaking with you all tomorrow,
Welcome members, visitors and fellow Amateur Radio enthusiasts,
We are proud to announce the brand new KC2YYL homepage. We have worked very hard on this webpage, and we plan to improve the content each day. This website is considered an ongoing project, and will be updated frequently so please check back often.
Soon, each DSHR card carrying member will be assigned an account that will allow users to comment on news articles, access our email system, and access a members only section. We will contact you shortly once this system becomes available with your login credentials.
In the mean time, please feel free to check out all of the pages and links we already have posted. Also, please share our site with friends, family and fellow Amateur Radio operators that may be interested in our organization.
Thank you for your time and please visit us often!