Three days absolutely stuffed full of data contacts. Don’t worry though, I do pick up the microphone on day #64 and that will be in the next blog entry.
Day #61 was another of my long days out, I left home at around half six in the morning and wasn’t expecting to be home until half past eleven at night so I had to try and get a QSO in before I left for work. I worked ON4LBN on 80m JT65 before going out and I was lucky enough to only get home at around 23:15 so I managed QSOs with IZ5PNL and SM7ZDD both on 80m JT65 as well before heading off to bed just before midnight.
Day #62 gave me another new DXCC. After work I exchanged details with the following stations on 80m JT65: DD7ZT, G4EQR, G8MIA, DO3BOX, DK6CS, UA4LCF and G0LWU. The new DXCC I worked was 9H1ZZ in Malta on 40m JT65.
Day #63 was just as busy with JT65 QSOs with the following stations:
40m: UU9JQ, UT4UQ
80m: PC1Z, SP3IY, I5ADJ, DD6UVO, UT7GH, UR5WCQ, F4EAN, CT1EKD, N4RP
Before I went to bed on day #63 I put a station online connected to the Weak Signal Propagation Reporter Network transmitting just 5 watts on 28MHz. I jokingly commented on Twitter that I hoped to have heard VK at 20dB by the morning.
I didn’t hear VK, but I was heard in VK land. More on that in my next post because technically that’s to do with day #64!