North American QSO Party, SSB - August
Class: Single Op QRP
Operating Time (hrs): .5
Band QSOs Mults
20: 15 12
Total: 15 12 Total Score = 180
Club: Southern California Contest Club
Just back to Pasadena after an eclipse road trip through Nevada to Idaho and
I was operating from the Grey Cliffs campground in Great Basin National Park
outside of Baker, NV, a 7300' QTH.
The station was a KX3, battery power, 4 Watts, and an inverted vee hanging from
30' on a Spiderpole.
In my excitement at being actually heard by someone I forgot that I use the
name REX in the contests with name exchanges. Apologies to those confused by my
real name, hi! Rex is a tribute to my old call, AA6RX, and my old QTH, XE.
My brother and I climbed Wheeler peak earlier the same day, but I didn't try
taking radio along. It was pretty windy on top, anyway, and any antenna
wouldn't have stayed up very long.
Thanks for hearing me!
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