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Source callsign: N7LOL-14
Comment: BF200 Lewis River AID FSDP 110.1 (C30)
Location: 46°10.47' N 121°51.72' W - locator CN96BE61NV - show map
50.0 km North bearing 356° from Carson, Skamania County, Washington, United States [?]
53.1 km Southeast bearing 143° from Morton, Lewis County, Washington, United States
95.9 km Northeast bearing 41° from Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, United States
127.8 km South bearing 159° from Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, United States
Last position: 2022-08-19 20:02:47 UTC (290d 6h33m ago)
2022-08-19 13:02:47 PDT local time at Carson, United States [?]
Last path: N7LOL-14>APX219 via TCPIP*,qAC,FIRST
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by N7LOL-14: 23CLOSED 46211 5700 571 90 25 90/25 AHAB 1 AHAB 1-1 AHAB 2-1 AHAB 2-2 AHAB 2-4 AHAB 3-6 AHAB 3-7 AHAB 3-8 AHAB 6-1 AHAB2-4 BAL0 Base BB FINISH BF FINISH BF START BL AID BL AID1 BURLEY C CH AID CH AID11 CL AID COL AID CW AID CW AID4 EC Store EP AID EP AID6 FM Exch 6 FS 23 FS 23 N FS 23 S FS 25 FS 81 E FS 90 FS23 N FS23 S FS25 FS25 N FS81 W FS8123 FS83 FS83 LC FS90 FS90 E FS90 W FS9055 GHARC GHDEMEXPO JR AID JR AID3 KGHI KT AID KT AID12 LKP LR AID MM AID MM AID0 NHQM NP AID NP AID5 NP AR OC AID OC AID14 QC AID QR AID QR AID10 REDMTN RF1 SB AID SB AID8 SMONTE Staging TS AID TS AID13 W7ZA WM AID WM AID7 WR AID WR AID2 WXM62 WYN Aid 1 WYN Aid 2 WYN Aid 3 WYN Aid 4 WYN Aid 5 WYN Aid 6 WYN Base WYN NR WYN SR WYN WR WYNParkn1 WYNParkn2 WYNParkn3 WYNParkn4 WYNParkn5
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