Wow. Even with 20m CW, it was a struggle just to get the 4 contacts. Jimmy had no trouble on 2m FM, and no sign whatsoever of the infamous Great Orme GW/NW-070 pager QRM.
Earlier we had revisited Mynydd Bodafon GW/NW-071. 15m CW was fine on that one. I would have done longer but all frequencies being swamped by static rain noise, combined with a quickly advancing opaque grey wall, towards us over the Menai Strait, meant it was time for a very sharp exit.
That was after visiting our old friend Sean MW3PZO in Criccieth to kill some time while the monsoon passed.
Original plans for today were to take on the Nantlle Ridge pairing of GW/NW-020 & 024. However the weather forecast did for that! Tomorrow has a fine forecast though, so we will hopefully add another new unique then - Moel Ysgyfarnogod GW/NW-038 - before heading home (probably via a curry house).
I write this enjoying, again, some excellent food and ale in the Cwellyn Arms.