So happy that several outlets are in pursuit of mechanisms of communication among the like minded that remove us from the FB, Twit, etc. conundrum.
As a disaster relief HAM radio operator, my posts will tend to regard ability to act immediately once a “call to duty” has been issued; energy provision for off-grid living, avoiding injury and logistics.
Best of luck and love to each of us as we brace for the coming storm.
This topic was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Agin' Cajun. Reason: syntax
I’m also a ham operator. I decided not to joint our local Amateur Emergency Services because I’m likely to be organizing our neighborhood instead. But knowing how ARES works is a helpful thing. And being able to use Ham Radio in cases of emergency is a good thing.