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Once again, Peter Dick GM4DTH was the Fox station for the 2022 LRS D/F Hunt. Starting at the "Tardis" in Braid Hills Road, the following participants attempted to find GM3HAM/P on 1875kHz.:

James GM4WZP + passenger Alan GM3PSP, Melvyn GM4HYR, Andy MM7MOX, Mike GM8KCS + Mike Jr MM3MDB. 

The first to find the Fox was Melvyn GM4HYR (again)!

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Photos by Alan GM3PSP & Peter GM4DTH:

James Gentles GM4WZP & Andy Black MM7MOX 

 

Mike Brunsdon Jr MM3MDB, Melvyn Bond GM4HYR, Mike Brunsdon GM8KCS (doesn't he know that vertical antenna above him is omni-directional)?! 

 

 Andy trying out his newly-built D/F antenna with his hand-held all-band Rx.

 

 It's time! But nothing heard! Fox Peter phoned to say that his ATU had a problem with only a weak signal being transmitted. He advised moving north for a better signal.

 

 James was using the Rx belonging to Colin GM4HWO.

 

 

 James sheltering from rain  under a bridge at Roseburn in spite of earlier dry wx forecast.

A beautiful double rainbow was seen to the east.

  

 Eventually the Fox was found with difficulty in woods at Roseburn, first by Melvyn GM4HYR. The others needed some help!

James GM4WZP, Melvyn GM4HYR & Fox Peter GM4DTH.

 

 Peter's "Damp-Fox" station.

 

Melvyn GM4HYR (1st) greets James GM4WZP.         "Roving Reporter" Alan GM3PSP.

 

"At last"! - Melvyn greets Mike GM8KCS & Mike Jr MM3MDB.

 

Nice view from the Fox location down to the Roseburn Bar!

 

Looking up to the Fox location (beside large tree) from in front of the Roseburn Bar.

 

Guess where! Peter GM4DTH, Mike Jr MM3MDB & Mike GM8KCS. 

 

 James GM4WZP, Melvyn GM4HYR & Peter GM4DTH.

(It's a secret)!

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