propagation on the bands today. I didn't hear anyone who posted on QRPSPOTS today, with the exception of Cam N6GA who got on 15 Meters early and was calling CQ as K6JSS/6. He was very light into NJ, only about a 529/429 or so.
However, 17 Meters seemed pretty active and I was able to work RT5A Yuri in Russia and S59AA Franc in Slovenia. 20 Meters was dead to me. (Is that melodramatic or what?) There were a lot of SOTA spots mentioned on QRPSPOTS and I didn't hear any of them. If I hadn't worked the two DX stations on 17 Meters I probably would have gone out back to make sure the antennas were still up.
Rem K6BBQ mentioned on QRPSPOTS something about an X Class flare. I guess I wasn't alone in listening to the "sounds of silence".
72 de Larry w2lj
QRP - When you care to send the very least!