But, the lower HF bands are better while this solar event is happening. A
nice QSO was had with R1AND last night on 3508 kHz. He's in Antarctica.
Winter condx down there. Summer QRN up here, but not bad propagation.
Vy 73, AI2Q, Alex in Kennebunk, Maine .-.-.
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> Thank you all-relieved to find a concensus on generally poor propagation
> conditions-and got some grins in addition. Hmmm , VK's at 3 in the
> morning? If I try them I'd better wear phones! Charlie K0GPF
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