A good QSO indeed, Andy, and a total surprise to me.
I was not in the rental flat with the balcony antenna at that time, but in my owned house, where I was in to leave some stuff and pick up some other things in preparation for the Christamas season.
I was about to leave the house when I had a quick look to Sotawatch on my smartphone and found there were 2 european stations just spotted on 30m, the money band to me.
I switched ON the Kenwood TS-940S I have in that QTH and I couldn't copy any of the 2 spotted activators e.g. SQ8JMZ/P on 10.124 and YO8AZQ/P on 10.1215.
Then I moved a bit up and down the tunning knob and found CW signals on 10.1206 from someone saying TNX ANDY 73.
Then I looked again to SOTAWATCH trying to find out who was that Andy and then I realized that MM0FMF/P was also spotted on 30m right on the frequency 10.1206 I was on.
I immediately called you because I copied you very well the last over with the station who said TNX ANDY 73 or something like that (I don't recall exactly)
You came back to me on my first call and I copied you very well, but the QSB started to make things a bit hard while I was giving you my report, and I did copy you much, much weaker when you asked me for a repeat of my call. Fortunately the QSB brought the signals back up again and we completed successfully our QSO.
This was the rig I used in our QSO:
The antenna was this one:
Barker & Williamson BWD-90 as an inverted V
Which was not yet installed in the tower when I took this picture:
But it's now hanging from an arm installed a bit higher than the rotator in the top section of the tower shown in the above picture.
This BWD-90 antenna is a multiband folded dipole but it performs quite poorly on the lower bands.
See the following comparison of this antenna to monoband doublets.
This is why I home brewed and installed in my tower monoband bazooka dipoles for 40 and 80m.
I'll be looking forward to chasing you again soon.