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Old 12-31-2012, 12:17 PM   #1
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QuartzFest-Amateur radio Gathering

QuartFest is a "gathering" of Amateur radio operaters begining January 15 for 10 days till Jan 25. We gather near mile marker 99, South of Quartzsite AZ just off highway 95. This is NOT a club. But all clubs are welcome.
All are welcome to join in for a learning experience with free boon dock camping (14 days max.) There are classes and seminars all day long 4 free!
Did i mention FREE?
Come join in and find out what Ham Radio is all about!
WWW.QUARTZFEST.ORG
C U there
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Attending the FMCA Western Rally, else would be at Quartzite, next year!
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:14 PM   #3
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:34 PM   #4
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QuartFest is a "gathering" of Amateur radio operaters begining January 15 for 10 days till Jan 25. We gather near mile marker 99, South of Quartzsite AZ just off highway 95. This is NOT a club. But all clubs are welcome.
All are welcome to join in for a learning experience with free boon dock camping (14 days max.) There are classes and seminars all day long 4 free!
Did i mention FREE?
Come join in and find out what Ham Radio is all about!
WWW.QUARTZFEST.ORG
C U there
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Roy N5SWE

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We are coming. Out of WY & headed for Salt Lake. We R about 4 or 5 days away.
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Old 01-10-2013, 10:37 PM   #5
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I'll be there along with 16 other rigs of the Sam's Radio Hams
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Old 01-11-2013, 10:01 AM   #6
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Attending the FMCA Western Rally, else would be at Quartzite, next year!
I seem to recall the Western Rally is the weekend BEFORE Quartsite. If western rally is this week, You can go from there to QZ (day's drive) QZ is 2 full weeks (though Gordo cuts it down to 10 or 12 days, it's 2 full weeks) Should start I think on the 13th this year.

I am going to try to make it next year, If I do I won't be parked with the hams (I park farther north) but I'll be downright easy to find.
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I wish we could. That's a long ride from SC. We have 2 school age kids and full time jobs.
Wish that could be near us.
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I wish we could. That's a long ride from SC. We have 2 school age kids and full time jobs.
Wish that could be near us.

Yes not much farther than Alabama
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