This years pictures from our participating stations.
More added as they come in…………………
From David, NJ0W Operating as W6S Rover Station from Flagstaff, AZ On the road near Winona, AZ
NJ0W traveling on down the road……….. At Two Guns (1920’s RT66 part)
Conoco station ruins to the left and the desert menagerie ruins along Diablo Canyon in background.
Saturday September 19,
NW of Meteor City, AZ
Rt66 is in the background.
The W6S Route 66 on the Air Home-Away-From-Home. Pop-Tart stowage is behind the passenger seat.
W6S Operator David, NJ0W says… Not as comfy as the new bourgeoisie NADXA club trailer (W6T), but it worked.
Old 66 red asphalt at our Bellemont, AZ site where W6T has been operating this year. Trailer set up along side of the road.
Our new club trailer
KG7OH, Ron Gerlak, operating inside our new trailer at W6T
W6T stops and operates at Parks, AZ
Not sure how many contacts the horse made but, we appreciate the help
W6M kick off/meeting/ party.
The W6M crew manning the BBQ
The planning under way
Crew ready to hit the airways
The W6M crew at the club station.
From L to R. Dale N0KQX, Gerald KG0VA, Bruce K0BJ, Mike K0FJ, Nate NC0E, Jim AC0E, Matt KD0EZS
W6E QSL Cards
Historic El Rancho Motel in Barstow
City of Barstow, CA
W6C QSL Card
W6N QSL Card
W6A and W6B QSL Cards
Bob Wertz, NF7E sends in this photo showing
Larry Gilbert WB7EUJ (left) and Norman Vandiver N7VF (right)
hold up the sign at one of the W6G locations. This
one in Winona, AZ
W6T, W6G, & W6S QSL CARDS
Dave Schaubert, NJ0W sent in these cards and says;
They display left-to-right W6T/W6G/W6S to form an Arizona Route 66 Panorama (1961 AZ-DOT Map). FYI: the 360 degree panorama on the W6G card is of Flagstaff’s Route 66 Park. It incorporates a piece of isolated 1940s Route 66 into the city’s walking/biking trail system.
Make sure you read the road signs along the way
W6J QSL CARD & PHOTOS
One of the many restored classic cars cruising Route 66. These folks stopped for a great meal at Rock Cafe in Stroud, OK
Thank you City of Stroud, OK for the free use of the Gazebo. This park sits next door to Rock Cafe. Could not have asked for better weather for the event, lows 65 highs upper 70’s every day with a slight breeze.
Left Matt KG5GWM and right Stan N5TAN. Two of our operators making contacts on the first Saturday morning.
Eight of these benches adorn the park. Stroud is very proud of its heritage and history with Route 66.
W6I QSL CARDS
The W6K operation at Pops 150 feet off of Route 66 just west of the town of Arcadia, OK.
W6K operating at Lake Overholser with the old Route 66 bridge in the background that spans the Canadian River that feeds the lake.
W6L QSL CARD AND PHOTOS
W6L QSL CARD
Tulsa Route 66 Road Marker
The New Trailer
The Crew Working the Event in the Trailer…
Working Safe Too!!