Our foxhunt started
at Noon from the usual starting place
in the meadowview shopping center in Bradley, Illinois.
The winning hunters are determined by mileage (shortest distance traveled)
Please check out the photos and story below.
(xyl of W9IEY Terry), WD9FYF, K9NR, K9QT, WR9L, K9BYT, W9IEY, N9IO, W9IOU, K9UNO
We thank our crafty
fox and Kankakee County EC John, K9BYT and his son Brian
for a great hunt that ended in the hilly Limestone Park.
Great hiding spot John!
|When the word
"foxhunt" comes up, every non-ham I know automatically thinks I like to
in the woods with camouflage. I never tire from explaining what a ham radio foxhunt is
because it is, to me, the most exciting and interesting aspect of the amateur radio hobby.
It's a game that
makes you think, makes you strategize. Once you track the signal
In this last foxhunt
on May 10th, I teamed up with my boyfriend,
As we were making
our decision, Greg WR9L, pulled up and jokingly stated,
Till the next
My thanks to everyone
for coming out and
showing your support in our foxhunting events.
See you at the next hunt!
are already looking
forward to the next hunt on June 8th 2008...
hams, you're invited to come
join in on the fun and excitement!
clubs in the area are also
encouraged to join us.
Reciprocal hunts might be fun!
Give N9IO a call...........146.34 / 94
Or send E-Mail
Would you like to foxhunt with our group?
Do you have a comment?
Would you like us to place a link
back to your foxhunting website?
Just send an E-Mail to the
KARS Fox Hunt Coordinator
This usually occurs when
you follow a link
from a search at a search engine website.