Individual Operating Stories

These activities are about individuals doing radio related adventures that may involve a small number of club members

Members decided to do individual operating for the event this year. Two members decided to combine the contest with a Parks on the air activation. Ralph took his station to Peace Arch Park. He found the [park very busy and the parking lot was close to full. He did find a stall and then carried his

Ralph and Eric -drove to the Spanish Banks Dog Park to operate for a while in the Parks-on-the-air program. It was a successful day in hearing distant operators and local barks.
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Ralph and Eric wandered into the Roberts Bank Wildlife Reserve and packed their radio gear along. Here is the report of the wildlife adventure:

Ralph and Eric activate a park in central Surrey. Eric manages to get results on the 15m band. Read our report here:

Ralph and Eric drove their portable radio gear to the park in north Surrey and made contacts in the POTA program. For a full write-up of the activation follow this link: Tynehead Park

A quick trip to north Langley to get a first activation for a small park long ignored. Read my story on my blog site: view Discovery Park

Ralph and made a return visit to Sullivan park so that we could successfully activate it now that we were more familiar with the process. Read my full report here:

Ralph and Eric completed a successful activation of the little park in Fleetwood. This was the first time the park was activated.

For a detailed report see eric's rereport here:

Ralph and Eric set out to activate this small park for its first time. Both were successful on reaching the needed 10 contacts on 20m. For a detailed story and more photos of the activity see link:


Ralph (VE7OM) and Eric (VA7NX) set out for the western shore of the Boundary Bay Wildlife Refuge to activate the park in the Parks on the Air Porgram. Ralph worked stations on CW across the continent with his 10 watts. Once Ralph was done Eric tried some SSB on 20m with his KX2 and 100 watt amp. He

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