[CQ-Contest] Where for art thou 10 meters?

Mark Steven Williams k9gx at n4gn.com
Sat Dec 10 21:06:45 EST 2005


Propagation has been much better than that here in the midwest. I spent most 
of the afternoon over at N4GN. We're ahead of last year. There were about 
700 Qs in the log when I left around 00 UT.

We've worked KH6, ZL, ZS and VK. We logged some ZLs around 2350 UT, nearly 
TWO HOURS after local sunset. There's been considerable Es and meteor burst 
activity and the band changes almost constantly, typical end of cycle 

I had a 104+ hour at approximately 20 UT this afternoon on SSB, so it ain't 
that bad.



(Team flunky on the N4GN 10 Meter Team)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kelly Taylor" <ve4xt at mts.net>
To: <CQ-CONTEST at contesting.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2005 11:22 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Where for art thou 10 meters?

> Hi all,
> Turned on the radio today to see about the ARRL 10. That lasted all of 
> about three minutes.
> Heard maybe five signals on CW, worked N4RV (not easy), then went up to 
> sideband, where I heard a similar number of signals, including an op at 
> NQ4I CQing into the ether.
> You know it's bad when a station like that, located where he is, can't get 
> rate.
> Sunspots, please return soon!
> 73, kelly
> ve4xt
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