Following on from their Svalbard activity, during June 25 to July 5 look for OY/DC8TM & OY/DF3TS to be QRV from the Faroe Islands. QRV again on SSB & FT8. QSL via LoTW. This will be a SOTA & WWFF activity.

Faroe islands are composed of volcanic rocks covered by a thin layer of moraine or peat soil, the islands are high and rugged with perpendicular cliffs—the highest at Mount Slaettara (Slaettaratindur; 2,894 feet [882 metres]) on Eystur Island—and flat summits separated by narrow ravines. The coasts are deeply indented with fjords, and the narrow passages between islands are agitated by strong tidal currents.