Where we are

The link to our position is below (Where we are).
The location is up-dated through SSB(single side band) radio message sent long distance to amateur radio stations(Ham) A pretty cool system developed by Ham radio people.
I can also send and receive basic text emails and up-date this blog with this system, even from the middle of the Pacific.
This is not an automatic report, so will not always be up-dated, but I will try to up-date once a day while underway and when we arrive at a new location.
If you curser over the pin marks, it will show any messages that I add to the report.
The Red pin is the last reported position. Click on satellite view upper left for photo map.
KE6NCE is my radio call sign.
                   Click this link   Where We Are

Archive position reports. They will open with KML Viewer
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4


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    xxoo Diane PS arrived in Denver for a few days visiting with my Cousin and seeing Rick. Great weather.

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