Thirteen stations, 26 minutes on the Sunday night 8:00 p.m. net on 145.23- and W8UM/R on Echolink.
One nice thing about this net is that it goes pretty quickly to leave time for another net (ARPSC) that happens at 8:30 p.m. Lots of brief reports tonight that made you want to learn more.
The beaches are reopening in Hawaii. Bird watching in Ann Arbor is better than usual with blue jays and orioles in evidence. Yesterday was good for mountain bike riding. Local rhubarb is in the market. The Blue Angels did a very brief flyover. The trees are getting green. Getting ready for what will be an unusual Field Day. A power supply needed repair or replacement, but worked OK on low power. New FT8 software has a release candidate, which works great so far.
I joke with my family that this is the "fix your radio hour", and that was in evidence as it is every time - it wouldn't be a proper net without someone overcoming a temporary obstacle.
I listened on my Baofeng UV-5R and then shifted over to the setup I have with a Pi 4 running Ubuntu 20.04 and rtl_tcp, feeding Gqrx on my MacBook Air. The rtl_tcp setup introduces a few seconds of software-defined delay compared to the radio hardware, and it's nice to watch the spectrum go by as you listen.
Thanks to Pat WA4DSR for taking net control.