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Back to mainland Scotland



Thanks to all that i've worked, both in Europe and state-side.  Not
traveling solo, it's been hard at times to be both available and have
a good horizon for trans-Altlantic passes.  Half the time, no one has
been on!  But they have been alot easier to work than those over Europe.
I'm experiencing lots of QRM soon after the bird goes overhead on
morning AO-51 passes and people calling CQ who can't hear the bird.
But on less busy passes, i'm making contacts and hope to talk to more
of you from mainland Scotland.  Internet access has been sparse but you
can suggest a sked and i'll respond if i can.  Hope to talk to more of
you, especially across the pond, from now until roughly September.  73's
and good luck!
                                    -- KD6PAG


      
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