Montrose Amateur Radio Club support to the Hard Rock 100 run

The Hard Rock 100 is a 100-mile-plus endurance run—one of the hardest around because of the elevation gain/loss. It starts in Silverton and ends there, with runners transiting many stations and high mountain passes during the race. Every year the Montrose Amateur Radio Club provides support for several of the aid stations. This video shows what the club does for the Ouray aid station. I did the video and editing with CyberLink PowerDirector 10. (There are some odd artifacts in the YouTube version of the video. Not sure why—the original rendered video looks great on my end! Note that you can view the YouTube video at an HD resolution of 720.)

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