The Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery Net comes to the RMRL!
The Rocky Mountain Radio League is pleased to announce that the Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery organization, a 501(c)3), will be starting their new net on Saturday, May 27th, at
7:00 p.m. on the 145.340. Access to that repeater is available via IRLP (reflector #9618), EchoLink (gateway #29618), and AllStar (#27408.) NEW NET TIME: Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. on the 146.940/449.825 pair. Tone is 103.5.
Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery (“We Recover the Rockies”) is an all-volunteer organization designed to recover people and their vehicles from the back country when things go wrong. Their mission is to help the off road community and maintain back country integrity, assisting people on their “bad day” while helping to preserve the beauty of the mountains that we in Colorado love.
Formally started in August of 2013 (read about their first recovery), the group now has hundreds of recoveries (constituting thousands of man-hours) under their belt. Their passion and enthusiasm for what they do is evident.
Members have a plethora of courses available to them offered in a professional training curriculum taught by Matt Balazs (of On-Trail Training fame). They are always happy to talk to you about volunteer opportunities.
To learn more about Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery, visit their sites on the web:
Public Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CO4x4RnR/
Members Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Colorado4x4recovery/