The Hocking County Amateur Radio Club held a fox hunt Saturday, July 29th at 10 a.m. just prior to the high heat’s return. Four hams competed and the winner, Dave Brimner KB8OTU won in just 17 minutes. Dave says he stepped out his back door and monitored the first fox transmission, noting it was “full quieting”. “He must be close,” he remarked to his wife. She then suggested, perhaps he’s up on the hill in the cemetery. “No, Kirk wouldn’t do that, cause he knows that I often start from there,” Replied Dave. After getting in his car and driving five minutes away, Dave had triangulated the signal to the hills just north of Logan. Another five minutes and he had to choose either the Oak Grove Cemetery or the next hilltop over. He gambled on Oak Grove, even Though he doubted it Upon the second circle through the circular drives, Dave came upon the Fox, at the Oak Grove hilltop. Second place was Phil Stanley W8NZB, and third was Bruce KE8BEU. The next Hocking Co Foxhunt is not set but may be in mid-August.