Rural California

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by KL7AJ, Jan 16, 2018.

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  1. K7WFM

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    Ca properly incorporated slight banks in all of the the corners. Thanks Caltran.

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  2. K6CLS

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    No one mentioned hwy 108 over Sonora Pass. One of my favorites. Both the west and east side. Awesome. From atop Sonora peak, made a 400+km QSO on 446 MHz. Can't wait for the road to open this spring.
     
  3. K3SZ

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  4. AB6RF

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    Another CA motorcyclist here.
    The informal group of friends I ride with has few annual weekend gathering here in CA.
    In April we meet in Coarsegold, May in Weaverville (close to Hwy 36), and in November we go to Death Valley and ride some of the passes (including Sherman) along the way.

    I’ve never mixed ham radio with these outings, but maybe some day.
     
  5. KL7AJ

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  6. KA2CZU

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    as well as things they grow
     
  7. N6RGR

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    Kaleeeforneeya is the best. Only here did we have the Gubernator!!:p

    Roger N6RGR
     
  8. AF7XT

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    It's still California ...
     
  9. K6CLS

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  10. KM6PZQ

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    Well, we live in the state of California, or as I like to say more appropriately, the State of Jefferson. It is more than just one state in reality. The cities on the coast versus the more rural inland versus the northern tier counties where I live. For us its everynight a starry night amongst the trees and mountains. Not so good for radio, but what is one to do?
     

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