From: Bradley L Mugleston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I'm sorry I'm late but it's been a busy 24 hours.
I was the Fox one Wed November 13th Evening LOCAL All of my contacts
were at 7.110 until the last one which was at 7.122. Here's the list.
Time is in Z - Call - RST I sent - RST I got - QTH - Name - Number
0205 KU7Y 449 569 NV Ron 17
0209 W3WZ 449 257 ??? ??? 60
0215 W6SI 449 579 CA Keith 675
0220 WB9LEF 339 449 MN ???? 1010
0229 WB5QMP 449 ?59 ID ???? 102
0231 KB9L?D 449 ??? AZ TIM 95
0247 WA9PWP 339 459 WIS PAUL 12
0252 AA1MY ??? 449 CT SEAB 574
0300 W6EMD 339 ??9 CA DAVE ???
0324 AB0DC 559 599 CO PAM not sent
0342 KC1FB 339 439 CT JIM 29
OK, I don't think I've ever seen the signals so faint. I had every
thing turned on and could just hear the signals. Well other than
AB0DC, I don't know how much power she was running but she only lives
about 20 miles away. Had a nice conversation with her - it was the only
signal I heard in almost 1/2 hour, I was getting lonely.
Hint - I don't copy that well and If you would send back the same
format I send out it would sure make it easier to catch the fox. I mean
If I spell out "name brad brad" don't send back "bob" I might be
keying off the word "NAME" and need the repeat of "bob bob". Also hang
around and be sure I got it all. I made several requests for repeats
and didn't hear a thing.
If I remember to print more QSL cards tomorrow I'll get them out
Brad Mugleston - KB0ROL
Colorado QRP Club # 170, QRP-L #316, ARRL
QTH - Aurora, CO - DM79oq
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