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Author Topic: What has happened to Maple Leaf & Weak Sigs?  (Read 6839 times)

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What has happened to Maple Leaf & Weak Sigs?
« on: March 28, 2019, 1537 UTC »
Trawling back through the DNB (Drift Net Beacon) entries I see that both Maple Leaf and Weak Sigs had a good interest in chasing these beacons and appeared to be quite conversant with the topic.

Be nice to have them back with some good input and participation... ;)

Need someone on west coast of NA to see if they are hearing same beacons I am logging this month on this side of the Pacific, makes it all the more worth while.
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