20 Meters was the band on which to work K6JSS/4 from Alabama. When I worked Dave at 01:08 UTC, he was a nice 569 into New Jersey with the 88' EDZ. A few minutes after working him, Dave shot up to a bona fide 599. Amazing how a 5 Watt signal can be so loud.
The hunt for these K6JSS/ stations has been a lot of fun and at times, a bit of frustration. I'll take an easy one for a change with no complaints.
Looking forward to QRPTTF this coming weekend. Of course, as we get closer to the day itself, the weather forecast is changing. Yesterday, the prediction was for a chance of rain. Now I am looking at mostly sunny skies with temps in the upper 60s. If it stays that way, or gets even better, then that would be the perfect Easter present for this Ham!
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!