Well, it only took 12 minutes and 4 seconds after the contest for
Howie, K4PQL to send in his log. My computer received it around
1:30 in the morning and here I am at 5 in the morning looking at
it. Gee, I wonder if my QSOs are in there okay???
So Howie, here is your QSL.
A great contest. Guess I need to save some of my thunder for the writeup,
but at first glance, it looks like about 30 stations broke 300. That must
be a new record. I don't have all the scores, but here is what I heard:
N6AA 333-44 (revised mult count)
Hopefully someone else will post a more complete list. I had to go finish
my daughters bath the instant the contest stopped.
BTW, I had no idea anyone else except Trey and I were going to use the
name TREE. When I worked WA6K in WASH on 20 meters, I was just as
surprised as you all were.
For me, the quote: "Couldn't see the mults through all the Trees" seems like
my best soapbox comment.
It was a blast. Hope you had fun. Don't forget to mail those logs (and
Larry Tyree N6TR
15125 SE Bartell Road
Boring, OR 97009
As mentioned before, you can E-Mail your logs to firstname.lastname@example.org
in any ASCII format. Be sure to follow up with a mailed summary sheet.