After reviewing an old report of mine, it seems that I did get six QSO’s on 2-FM from An Teallach.
SEE: G4YSS: AN TEALLACH (GM/NS-004) Act Rprt, 22-May-08
I usually use a half wave vertical and 5 Watts but it’s unclear what antenna I had on that one. There is the possibility of stations hearing you on the islands as well as the mainland. Activity is mostly on the east side around inverness and they use 145.575 but it’s also worth a call on 145.500.
I think if you gave people a heads up early enough and maybe contacted GM3PIL Ray (Nairn) who I regularly work when I am in GM/NS, in advance, you might have success and 4 QSO’s. Robin GM7PKT uses VHF a lot from all over Scotland. It’s a high one and good takeoff so I think if you got people lined up and waiting for you, you’d do it. Take the H/H but if you can include a half-wave too it would be a big advantage over a rubber duck. You will find path waypoints in the report if you don’t already have them,
73 & good luck,