They're out there somewhere! Mary Cegelski KC8YLC looks out at Vasquez Rocks from the starting point near the northeast corner.
Vadim Afonkin rushes down the starting corridor. He found all five foxes in less than 59 minutes to win gold in M21 category.
Gyuri Nagy KF6YKN also streaked down the starting corridor, on his way to a gold medal in M40.
Danny White W6DDW tried ARDF for the first time at Marvin's training camp. He found three of four required foxes in this 2m competition.
Dave D'Epagnier KØQE jogs through the brush on his way to a 2m silver medal in M40.
Bob Cooley KF6VSE streaks into the 2m finish. At under 58 minutes, his was the overall best time of the day, but hunters in M60 category only had to find three foxes.
Dick Arnett WB4SUV catches his breath after his gold medal winning performance in M50 on two meters.
Before Jay Hennigan WB6RDV found his first fox, he tripped and fell, breaking two elements of his log periodic antenna. He managed to make some field repairs and continue, ending up finding all four of his required foxes and earning a silver medal in M50.
Scott Moore KF6IKO found three of his required four 2m foxes and ended up with a silver medal in M40.
Everyone watches as Csaba Tiszttarto runs through the finish area on the way to the flag after finding four of his five foxes. Marvin guessed that everyone would come in from the east, but almost no one did. They came from every other possible direction.
Karla Leach KC7BLA heads for the finish line. In 2002, she was on the international jury at the ARDF World Championships in Slovakia.
Above photos Copyright © 2004 Joseph D. Moell. All rights reserved.
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