Dave AA7EE, fellow QRPer and blogger writes about how a member of the T32C DXpedition team read his blog and commented on their 80 Meter QSO. Good job on both ends, IMHO, and his blog entry is definitely worth the read.
A fantastic job was done by the T32C team - and as far as I am concerned they have lifted the bar for DXpedition operations. I am afraid that in my own mind at least, that it was their effort that I will use as a comparison for other DXpeditions that I encounter in the future.
And a really fantastic job by Dave, too. He is currently in possession of three monoband rigs, a NorCal 2N2/40, a Ft. Tuthill 80, and an NT7S CC-20. He made contacts with T32C with each rig, each time using less than the "QRP Full Gallon" of 5 Watts.
A decent antenna and a good QRP operator on one end and a utterly superb DXpedition team with fantastic ears on the other end made for a "once in a lifetime" memory. These are the things that you fondly and warmly remember, even after many, many years behind the dial.
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!