If I may draw some attention to a change that's been made to this year's pre-reg form...
When registering for the event we've asked each captain to indicate what channels they expect to be using and if you have any "mobility" on any of those channels.
The first reason for this is to try to get a better understanding of how many people are using each channel. Expecting to find some "higher use" channels and some "lower use" channels we're also going to try to help participants level the load by identifying at the event which channels are busy and which are not. The end goal here is to make it so less time is spent waiting and/or looking for frequency pegs if you happen to be on one of the busy channels and don't mind changing to a less-used one. Since many of us have Polks Trackers or other synthesized radio sets let's get the most we can out of them. Thanks in advance,
Kevin McLeod - Oscar II driver
For those desperately wishing to purchase a t-shairt but will not be at the event to pick it up and will not have any friends at the event either we can most likely arrange shipment of your shirt. If this is something ytou would like please contact me first to make sure that there won't be any problems in setting this up. If we can make it work (and quite honestly there shouldn't be any reason I can't make it work) then you can go ahead and order your shirt, let me know how many of what sizes you have ordered and I will pick them up for you and arrange shipping after the event. Just another new service we are trying out for this year.
When you do your PayPal transaction please put in the comment section what size shirt you want. With the smaller sized shirts being the same price up to a certain size there is no way of knowing which one has been ordered. Thanks. BD.
"Eat your pudding Mr Land". "I ain't sure it's puddin" James Mason-Kirk