Mark Noe, KE1IU, writes on the ctfoxhunter list:
We will have a live foxhunt beginning at 1 PM today. Start from anywhere in Norwich, CT. You can download a map that could be useful (for those wishing to use a paper map) at this link: https://d85bc6ea86296c327d7f-fc14fae93feb1cf1ff31873061ee8f7d.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/62/1641/Norwich2016Reduced.pdf. Page 2 has a complete map of Norwich, which I think you will find helpful.
There will be three transmitters running – on the following frequencies:
146.330 MHz – 1 mW (KE1IU Fox H listed on our website)
145.910 MHz – 10 mW (KE1IU Fox I listed on our website)
146.550 MHz – 0.5 W (KE1IU Fox J listed on our website)
Our website is https://rason.org
These transmitters will be hidden – possibly by some junior hams at the site (KC1IVR and KC1LXO) – so you can hunt for them when you arrive.
In addition, I will have a mobile rig tuned to the N1NW repeater (146.730 MHz, PL 156.7), so you can track me from the input. Listen for me on 146.130. I will transmit on request, and we will also use this frequency for hints.
All hunters should check in so that I can end the hunt when the last person has found me.
Let me know if you have any questions.