[Mich VHF UHF Society] Contest -- semi-blah, and a suggestion

Roger Cox rgcox2 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 19:40:24 CDT 2016


I looked and called North several times during the contest but didn't 
hear you. North is my worst direction, though as the house on the ridge 
just north of me is basically at the same level as my beam.

I ended up with 840 points total: 12 Q's and 9 grids on 144 and 16 Q's 
and 12 grids on 50 MHz. My best DX was W9RVG in EM57 (southern Illinois) 
on 144 MHz. I only operated on Saturday from 2pm till about 11pm. The 
sporadic E clouds seemed to sit right over northern Indiana and northern 
Ohio, preventing any good openings on 6m from here.

73 Roger W8IO

On 7/17/2016 7:49 PM, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
> So, how did everyone do?  Had a really good hour or so to the southeast about 7:00 last night, but otherwise pretty much a grind.  Ended up with 104/46 on 6M and 5/5 on 2M, claimed score 5814.  No DX; pretty much everything local or in 4-land.
> A thought/suggestion: this morning 2M was really good, with easy Qs into southern Ohio, but no one really around.  Since the lake causes some interesting propagation, especially on summer mornings, there are probably a lot of opportunities to work each other if anyone is listening.  Maybe we could set a time and freq on contest Sunday mornings for folks in this area to gather and give each other those Qs?
> 73,
> John
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