Thanks for the information, Tom (KR4BD) regarding your schedule on 75 meters..sounds like a lot of fun. Unfortunately, I don't, right now, have an antenna for the 80 meter band. Also, my QTH is San Jose, Calif so probably could not hear you on 75 meters, anyway. All I have is a 40 meter dipole and a "Mosley Mini 33" compact tribander for 10-15-20 meters.
Because of past problem with telephone interference with some of my neighbors, I am a little leery about getting on the radio during hours from around 4PM through 11PM. However, I don't go to work until 11:30AM and I have all Wednesdays off. Maybe a day-time sked on 10 or 15 meters..Wednesdays would be good, especially in the afternoon, or any other weekday morning. I have a regular sked,starting at 12 Noon, with a bunch of guys on 40 meters.We almost always wind up at 1pm.
Maybe I could post a freq on 10 meters, or 15 meters, and plan to call CQ at 1pm, on Wed. Others could check when they are on 10 or 15 meters, which freq and at what time, and post that information on this bulletin board.
It would then be sort of an informal sked. If you hear someone in a QSO, you could break in. I think 10 or 15 meters would be interesting..it could mean hams on either coast could possibly hear each other, as well as a lot of Canadian hams, assuming, of course, the band is open.
What do you think?