UPDATE – We’ve now surpassed 20000 QSOs. 10 and 12 meters have been phenomenal. Things have been a bit slow overnight. We’ll be on 80 meter SSB and then 20 meter RTTY tonight. We’ve been trying hard to get EU, but terrain blocking long path and interesting propagation (strong aurora between us and EU) has made it difficult. When propagation is good, intentional QRM makes our rates very slow. We call for EU/AF very frequently, but few are listening. We called CQ for nearly 2 hours during the 15m EU opening last night with only a few EU on the other end. We’ll continue to try for EU. Please check Club Log to verify your QSOs. We’re getting many dupes. I upload to Club Log each morning. During the SSB contest, we’ll have a CW station on most of the time and will be focusing on maximum SSB QSOs and opportunity whether that is on the contest bands or on the WARC bands.

UPCOMING – Jared (N7SMI), Grant (KZ1W), Keith (VE7KW) and Don (VE7DS) will be active from Hatiheu Village, Nuku Hiva, Marquesas as TX7G between October 18-26, 2014.

QRV on 80-10m, SSB and RTTY. Participation in CQ WW SSB contest.

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