The Rolla Regional Amateur Radio Society was asked to

provide communications support at the Berryman Campground

for the Ozarks Trail 100-Mile Endurance Run,

in which runners navigate a trail 100 miles in length through

the hills. The run lasted from 6:00 AM Saturday until Sunday



The aid station number 11 at Berryman campground outside

of Steelville, MO consisted of a pavilion manned by several

volunteers who set up food and supplies for the runners as

they arrive. The radio station consisted of a 2-meter

mobile transciever and 5/8-wave ground-plane antenna on

a push-up pole, and a 5-Watt Yaesu FT-817 transceiver with

G5RV for QRP HF operations. Both stations were powered

by deep-cycle batteries.


Pictures taken by Joe, K0OG, with Pentax K100D Super

digital SLR, with a Super-Takumar 35mm f3.5 lens, ISO400,

except last two which were taken by Steve, N6RHQ.

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