Just one QSO on day #109, I worked N2HTT, Michael in New York State on 20m.
On day #110 I had two contacts, UA1NAN, Eugene on 20m and then I had a QSO on the same band using PSK31 with R3WF, Alex.
There were a few more contacts on day #111 and they were all on 20m. I worked WD4GBW, Jack, WA8LBZ, Alfred, RA6DJ, Ivan, KF7CQ, Harlen and N0ZIZ, Daniel. These were all quite late at night between 22:30 and 23:30 so it’s good to see that 20m is staying open later.
You’ll notice a new page on this website which is linked above called “Logbook search“. This is a new plugin written by Peter, 2E0SQL and allows anyone to search my logbook. It’s still in the very early stages of development though so there may be problems with it so if anything fails, please let me know. You can search the log for any of the callsigns I’ve mentioned throughout the year and it’ll give you details of the QSO. Wildcards are not specifically allowed but if you search for “G” then you’ll get all callsigns that have a G in them.