Great Field Day!

Here are some pictures from a few Field Day Stations.

Field Day was a little different this year due to social distancing. Many people were not comfortable operating in large groups or at our club house. So, most chose to operate individually at their home, camp site, or in their vehicle.

Field Day events are normally busy and the bands are lit up from end to end.  Not only was this years Field Day busy.  It was several times busier than normal due to the amount of people operating from their own stations and not in groups who would usually be  sharing stations.  It proved to be a challenge to make even a few contacts with the huge pileups and lack of room to call CQ.

The new challenges and social distancing definately changed the Field Day dynamics. But, that is a good thing…..     We rolled with the punches and had a blast doing what Hams do.

 

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