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Author Topic: 6m still percolating  (Read 316 times)
WB2WIK
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« on: January 21, 2005, 11:05:04 AM »

Hope it continues into the weekend for the contesters.

Last evening, in just a few mins before dinner, I worked:

WB5KIA EM13
WA8ZBT EM12
WQ0B EM11
WA5FWC EM12
WA5LFD EM12
N5USH EM13

all from my home in L.A. (DM04) around 0200 UTC.  Very "narrow" opening to Dallas/Ft. Worth and Oklahoma.  I had other things to do after dinner, so didn't return to see what happened next.

But keep an ear open!  Even brief openings can be fun if you're there for them...

WB2WIK/6
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KI4CYB
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« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2005, 06:50:40 AM »

That same day Friday 21st from Midnight to 1:am EST there as a awsome opening covering the East Coast..  From South Florida All the way up North to Canada...  

This opening lasted 1 hr.. Band went crazy with activity..


Joe - KI4CYB
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KI4CYB
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« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2005, 07:04:48 AM »

Grids worked from my QTH (EL95) SFL. In that
1 hour opening. Most Grids had more than one call sign logged for each grid.

EN51
EN52
EN60
EN70
EN72
EN73
EN82

EM87
EM88

FN00
FN03
FN21
FN31
FN32
FM17
FM18
FM19
FM29


It was fun...  

73 - KI4CYB
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