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Dm/he-328, dm/he-327


#1

Many tnx for all the QSOs on Sunday from DM/HE-328 and DM/HE-327.
Tnx for the patience to those who worked me and sorry to them
I can`t hear. The statical noise was high (qrn on S8/9!).
So I was happy about every call in the log!
On HE327 I worked GW0DSP/p or was Mike at home, I might
was dreaming of a s2s-qso…
vy73 es sota4ever de Fritz dl4fdm,hb9csa


#2

In reply to DL4FDM:

Many tnx for all the QSOs on Sunday from DM/HE-328 and DM/HE-327.
Tnx for the patience to those who worked me and sorry to them
I can`t hear. The statical noise was high (qrn on S8/9!).
So I was happy about every call in the log!
On HE327 I worked GW0DSP/p or was Mike at home, I might
was dreaming of a s2s-qso…
vy73 es sota4ever de Fritz dl4fdm,hb9csa

Hallo Fritz

No you were not dreaming, hi, I did sign GW0DSP/P but alas, not from a sota summit.
I was with friends at a Barbeque in the North Wales hills, near the village of Betws-Y-Coed on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, enjoying good company, good food and lots of good beer, hi.
I was told to take my portable radio equipment and managed to interest 2 non amateurs to take the amateur examination and also get involved with sota after they listened to our cw QSO, in which I had to QSP what was being sent both ways, hi.
I forgot my telescopic pole so my dipole was only up 2 metres high, with 5 watts, hi, so a very good contact.

vy 73 de Mike GW0DSP


#3

Great Mike !
It sounds like lots of fun on your side.
Incredible how you managed the qso with that antenna in such condx!
I also run 5 watts and the dipole was 8m up.
vy73 es cuagn de Fritz dl4fdm