Date : 27-03-2015
I arrived just after sunrise in Pikhakendonk ONFF-323.
Temperature around 4°C and a chilly wind made putting up the antenna
not the most funny job to do. Once warm in my back-seat-shack the
pile-up warmed me up pretty soon.
Not much later the local forester came to say hello, he left with the
idea that I was doing some kind of FOX-hunting. With the many
bloodthirsty foxes in the area he was a happy man.
On 40 meter I worked the pile-up really to the bottom. On 20m again
not much QSO’s. Will have to improve my antenna on that band. I’m
thinking of homebrewing a G5RV junior. Or any suggestions ?
I ended with 221 QSO’s in 25 DXCC countries in the log.