CQ 160-Meter Contest, CW
Class: Single Op HP
Operating Time (hrs): 13
Total: QSOs = 846 State/Prov = 58 Countries = 31 Total Score = 198,648
Club: Tennessee Contest Group
Lots of fun. 99% of my time was spent running; very little S&P operation.
It felt like conditions to Europe were better the first night, but it
was noisier. The second night was a bit quieter here in Tennessee.
We had a break in the weather, so Friday and Saturday were spent up
the tower and tromping through the woods, tweaking the antennas for
the next round of contests. More work scheduled for today.
Worked all 50 states, and missed LB, NB, NU, NWT, and YT in Canada.
I can only imagine how popular an entry from one of those areas might
be, if the aurora doesn't take them out. Thanks to KL7RA and K7ARJ
for making WAS possible. This is a great contest for learning how to
hold a run frequency. There are lots of opportunities for practice. :-)
Thanks for the QSOs, and CU in the Sprint and ARRL DX Contests.
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