This serves as a repository of handy, useful links. Please comment if a link is dead.
- The grand-daddy ham radio organization: The American Radio Relay League
- Montrose (Colorado) Amateur Radio Club
- Many VHF/UHF radios these days have built-in scanners that can tune to police, fire, aircraft, etc. ZipScanners has a page that provides some guides as to what you’ll find.
- Video showing recent research that visualizes ionosphere in real time in 3D
- Davis Service Center, where I purchased my 2009 Yamaha XT-250 “dual sport” bike (meaning street-legal), in Montrose, Colorado
- Great Lakes Dual Sporters, a club devoted to Michigan’s off-road riding. This link came from reader John Fischer.
- Ouray County’s (Colorado) official website
- High country road status (official county site)
- Ouray County, Colorado, Chamber of Commerce (has a great local calendar)
- Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs, a popular hotel in Ouray. I rented a Jeep there once. And they recently added me as a guest blogger. See their site here.
- The FJ Summit, an annual gathering for those owning Toyota FJ-series vehicles. They come by the hundreds and work closely with the Forest Service regarding impact. Great group of people!
- Want to publish your book on Kindle? See this step-by-step guide, plus this link to a free product that helps
- And of course my own writing and publishing site
- WordPress, of course!
- DeLorme, where I purchased my PN-20 and PN-40SE GPS receivers, plus Topo North America
Friends and Family
- My wife’s art site, www.aldea-art.com
- Friend Randy Cassingham’s classic This Is True site, which provides links to his many other sites
- Friend Kit Cassingham’s main site, Sage Blossom Consulting, which provides links to her many other sites
- Main site for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)—you’ll be amazed at the depth and variety on this site, everything from the scriptures to lesson manuals to Church procedures and policies, not to mention the Press Room
- Learn what Mormons really believe. Why look at anti-Mormon sites when you can get the detail from people who love the church?
- Genealogy and Family History—open to all
- Enigma (German WWII cryptographic machine) page