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Class: Mobile Solo Op LP
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Location: In State/Province
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|Comments: [email] 2017-04-19 12:43:21|
|Miserable weather to start, raining and the road was muddy at DUR/KAW line. Whips for 80 and 40 not wanting to load. Whip for 20 loaded well but an S9 noise level, heard and worked a North Dakota YL in the NDQP but nothing closer. At the NOR/PET line the noise level on 20 was S8 and no power lines to be seen anywhere, nor buildings. Evening was spent at the tri-county lines of DUR/TOR/YRK, rain ended. Worked bonus station CF3ODX for 6 qso's. Sunday, started in PEL, then to HTN, WEL and HAM with good results in each. The Brant/Brantford drive saw only 2 qso's with VE3SMA and the 12:00 arrival may have found most off for lunch. This is the only location that I failed to earn the 300 points bonus in, out of 14 counties worked from. Then on to the OXF/WAT line which netted 6 qso's including 2 in ND. Bonus station CF3ODX was not heard all of Sunday and I was within 50 km at all times. Easter weekend did see fewer participants, as predicted but nice to have so many enthusiastic participants. Only worked one Youth station, a YL at VE3IBU for 3 qso's and she really has good operating skills. No FM contacts on 144, a first. Thanks to Contest Club Ontario and the contest staff for great support, and to all who participated. Much appreciated. 73, Bill CF3CCO/R .......VE3CRU|