Many thanks to all the activators for the many GW/NW s2s contacts, especially Karen, Vicki and Rod.
There have been countless GW activators, I’ve worked who have made a much bigger effort than me for the s2s contacts. However, without the help of Barry MW0IML, for me, working every GW/NW summit, as a summit to summit contact, would have been virtually impossible.
Barry, you demonstrated what the SOTA spirit is all about by activating so many of the rare and difficult GW/NW summits including the one point slogs, that I was desperate to get into my log.
Many of the NW summits you activated, were done for no points whatsoever, however, despite this, you still made the effort to help me complete what turned out to be something a very challenging task.
Thanks to the s2s programme, your efforts didn’t go totally unrewarded and I’m pleased to see we’re now neck and neck in the s2s chase.
Barry, you’ll be sorely missed activating the many challenging North Wales summits, that you so effortlessly climb in what can only be described as eye watering times!!!
However, working you s2s fron the SE summits will be something I’m sure all the chasers will relish and hopefully we can continue to make many more s2s contacts in the future. Good luck with your s2s chasing and hopefully you’ll grab a shed load of points from down South…
In reply to Vicki and Allan.
Of the 40 Mid Wales SOTA summits, I’ve managed s2s with 21 of then and I fear working all these summits as s2s contacts may be nigh impossible.
Of the 41 South Wales summits, I’ve managed s2s contacts with just 15 and my best guess is, GW/SW will be a summit to summit task too far for me and will probably never be completed
Thanks to everyone who responded.