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WES Results

Weekend Sprintathon, 10-11 May 2014

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA3356133/130/1640022710
Silver 2W9DLNDan3635SWI1945629/84/1115012344
Bronze 3LW3EXWalt3804TARG2045418/48/3011781
4N3PDTDoug6861SMO1604621/70/7508460
5AH6AXLarry11165TMD1394522/66/103007595
6W5TMED4530OK1294821/57/9507172
7KC9WRANDY5277TTN1224421/55/6506313
8K1EEEMike12006TNH1124120/49/41505552
9W2NRAArt11634SNY1004217/49/52505220
10AF2ZDrew2082SNJ1034211/50/4505061
11AA5VECarl8863TTX94434/47/51004697
12W3NPDave3182SWV874312/43/42004571
13KD3CADon10175TPA874212/39/61004354
14N5DYJack2265TOK833814/46/3503889
15AD0ABJim9667TKS853414/37/5503545
16W5BMDan7754TOK833316/33/61503489
17WP3CAl7437TPUR763614/42/203376
18WA5TCZDarron206TLA743810/34/403322
19K8QIBarry2795TFL684013/34/503280
20KD4EEScott11016TKY673818/30/41003236
21W7GVEED729TAZ683711/36/31503206
22NE7DRock665TOR773411/31/503118
23K4BAIJohn3280GA773312/32/303056
24N4VDLDave7494TGA713411/30/202889
25KC0MLARRY8177MO66378/29/202862
26N0CVWCHARLIE9074TKS673210/30/4502664
27KC4ZAAl4421TVA583514/27/31002625
28WA1OTZRICH7907TCT663011/35/31002610
29KG6MCBOB11229TSC643311/30/402597
30KC4HCHRoger7688SAL563618/26/202556
31W5ZRBert2931TLA63319/35/302453
32N1ABSPete4853TMA503412/30/402200
33OK2VWBVasek11812CCZE43298/21/26002187
34K2OGTbob5266TNY513011/26/52002180
35K4ZGBTom796TAL52318/37/002102
36KZ5OMJerry10415SCA41406/27/2502060
37VA2SGPete5219TQC54308/22/3502025
37VA2GSPete5219TQC54308/22/3502025
39NC1MHugh11058SMA54289/29/2501997
40AA6ACBOB6276TCA52319/23/301992
41K1EDGEd9625SME472811/28/21001871
42WA1LWSHans1933TMD522612/26/1501847
43K8NSmike10850TFL41344/30/201764
44K9PMVJerry1438TIL502710/25/201760
45WB0CLLED9600TOK422912/18/31001693
46NE5DLDave5081STX49269/24/301664
47WA4FATBill11062AL47268/22/301577
48W4FOATony641TGA372812/18/21501556
49KK7UVSteve6219CMT20127/6/111001510
50K9DACTom10148TOH472211/18/3501444
51EA3NOLluis6653TESP36278/21/0501352
52W1LICWes1142TFL352611/20/1501330
53KK0IJack2370TWI35249/18/21501315
53W4KRNKaren4495TVA40256/11/31001315
55F5DEBernard6247TFRA35279/15/1501285
56N5KIPDick3755TLA382410/21/101277
57KI0IMark6585TMO38246/20/1501257
58KF7DSDon8281TOR39225/22/2501213
59K2HTDick5087TMO382214/15/101201
60K2DEPSteve/T19273TMD35207/18/22001195
61KP4SJPablo8843SPUR36246/20/201164
62K7CHSRick8573TAZ35217/15/31001105
63WA3PRRRay9716TPA34216/19/4501064
64WK2SArt9434SNJ26235/18/12001058
65N4RAYRodney285SAL35217/18/101025
66WB0PYFRAY5169SMO31246/17/101009
67W8VFMNed1589CMI33188/18/1100999
68VE5BCSHarold3946TSK36224/14/10997
69K8BATJOHN10395TOH29229/16/250993
70KD5LCPKarl11878LA25205/15/0250975
70N8BBWerner5433SMI32208/21/10975
72N5XECarl6307TOK28216/17/150903
73W8FDVJIM1390TAZ30207/18/10890
74KB8XMike5491COH30206/15/11846
75VE7SLSTEVE2153BC31184/12/1100843
76N8KZHRon6593TWV271710/12/1100834
77AC2CRon2748SMD22185/13/2200811
78AE7UTStan8318CUT28204/18/10805
79KG4WED2416TVA29196/15/20801
80WD8AFBKeith7196TFL25223/15/050795
81WN4ATJoey8745TAL30165/15/20715
82SP6JOEJOE7673TPOL28195/9/20707
83WB8WTUdennis217TOH22172/15/1100659
84KD2FNATOM12120NJ23143/17/1100642
85KB1OIQAndy6265TMA23184/16/10639
86NZ8YGary9854TOH27166/1/150607
87K5YQFCECIL1820TTX22167/8/150592
88AB2BJFred321TNJ20196/11/10585
89N8KQRandy8934TOH19176/11/150578
90W1LVTLen/T13932TVT23164/14/10573
91G0RDOJohn2133TENG20174/11/250570
92NC5GGeorge9891TTX19165/10/350544
93KA5VZGAlan6264STN19134/13/1100542
94N0KOEHoward11292NC24154/9/30525
95W1WIUJim486TRI18147/10/150512
96AK3XPeter7217TMD20156/12/00510
97KN4MXJohn12289FL20174/10/10505
98KF7WNSGary9895OR19141/11/2100501
99K5ENAJOHN3045TOK20147/11/10500
100VE3DVCDoug11106TON21154/11/20495
101KB1WODDave10530MA21145/12/00489
102N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL18148/8/01453
103KB1UOHCharlie/T17560TCT19113/8/1100439
104W6JWPJOE/T17018CA1372/6/1250436
105WA0BGVSlim5465TMO16136/7/150423
106W9CCLarry469TIN18152/11/20420
107N4JDJohn7904TNC17155/8/10415
108KA1SAWNeal2824TMA16147/8/10414
108W4HAYFrank678TTN17175/5/00414
110AA1JDMatt11061TMA18153/9/00405
111WA1VILGreg443TMA19125/10/00403
111K4ARQJohn8205TFL16135/7/050403
113WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ15115/6/0100400
114WB5JWILes5013TTEXAS14113/4/2150399
115NW0MMitch6893SMO17142/12/10393
116K2HRSGeorge5419CPA17136/8/00391
117K4JPNSteve2402TGA19135/6/10387
118W6FPSRon2126TCA18123/11/20381
119KD2JCJoe710SNJ15103/8/1100380
120VE5DCJERRY4440SK16150/8/150375
121KG4WNAJohn4984TKY13114/7/0100373
122F6HKABert6069SFRA16124/7/050372
123K0KEXRick5220SMO15136/8/10370
124K8TEZLARRY8426TOH17131/13/00366
125DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER14124/7/250358
126KD0VMERLIN1243TMN15135/7/11346
127WA5KMAJIM5057STX14123/8/050343
128WB4ITBrian10594AL14143/9/10336
129W4RQRICH8699TFL15126/6/00330
130KL7GLLGene1098TVA13123/7/150326
131K0LUWRuss1702SNE15141/8/40325
132AB1BWGeorge2468SCT14123/11/00323
133VE1EIjohn10950CNS14135/6/10322
134KA3LOCRic660TKS14122/11/00308
135KD5RSSButch1910TOK15143/5/00305
136N5JPXJim8672TMS14116/5/10299
136N3EINMatt6742TPA1192/7/0100299
138KE4WKHChris6599TAL13103/6/150290
138K9EYTRAY7941TIL15111/11/00290
140GM3ZDHBob6027TSCO13123/8/10286
141N2SOCHAS7834TNY13123/7/10276
142KE30Bill9282TMD1274/3/0100274
143KE9VJEFF3383TIN14113/7/01270
144KE4KETim10471MN13114/6/10268
145KA5TJSAllen5172TTX13114/4/10248
146KA8HDEChuck6913TMN11113/7/10241
147K6BHHCurt3646TCA1192/6/050239
148W4CUTom2733TFL13111/7/20238
149W1EJED1594TCA12113/5/10232
150KB9DFESteve8806TWI12101/9/10230
151WA5BUCFred6692CTX11103/6/00215
152NP3CWJULIO2632TPUR13111/5/00208
153KK7YJJim2728SMT10102/7/00200
153K4NVJjoe393TAL12103/3/10200
155PA3JDJoop10955NED1084/5/11196
156WI0SKieth2048TMN1093/6/00195
157N7IGIBob6394TUT983/6/00177
158K7IFGKen4694TOR994/3/00171
159KK9UMark3818TIN763/2/050157
160N1FPGSteve9934TME.873/4/10146
161W9SAYChas/T11158TIL551/0/1100145
162KK4BNCRandy8054GA873/4/00141
162VE5CULBrian1672TSK871/7/00141
164WL7WHBob2940TAK774/2/10134
164VE7KBNKEN5533TBC880/7/00134
164WD5ABCKerry12TX884/1/00134
167AD5VCDana1555TLA990/5/00131
168KJ4RGHChris12029VA772/5/00129
169N0UYNDennis5753TMO862/5/00128
169NT8PRON7312TWY862/5/00128
169NT8P/7RON7312TWY862/5/00128
172K5TEBTerry6835TMS541/3/150120
173KB3VWKRay9971TMD922/6/10113
174K6KQVBill2626TCA871/3/20111
175VE4MRKevin7607TMB770/5/10104
176PS7HDNat8094TBRA881/2/0099
177WS9EJoe3859TWI661/4/1096
178K6CSLBert4486CA880/3/0094
179W1HFFJoe6309TMA553/2/0090
180WB2UWUFinn1708NY553/1/0080
180W8BFXDennis7765TWA551/4/0080
180BX2ABTHans12107TPE652/1/2080
183K8NBNoel3112TMI111/0/06076
184KI6BHBDave4186TCA550/5/0075
185W7BROCarl7772TOR442/2/0066
185K8JDJOHN1395TMI442/2/0066
185VE7LAJAndy6611TBC442/2/0066
188KH6OZGeorge3975TMT541/3/0065
188KA1KUDON9399MA541/3/0065
188WB8ENEArt3773TOH551/2/1065
191W9KMPKen549TIL441/3/0061
192KG4BQQkyle374AL440/4/0056
193K1ARRArt2775TVT332/1/0049
193W0SZVEldon4999SMO332/1/0049
195WA2FBNKen8884NY540/2/1045
196K2CDXMIKE11472NY330/3/0039
197DW3GKTJerry12131PHI312/0/0033
198KF0XVJoe3520TKS221/1/0029
198W4LDARoger4789TGA221/1/0029
200S52CCVince5011TSLO430/1/1027
201SA5ACNJoakim7592SWE220/2/0024
201EA5HWPLUIS M. Xumini Soler11182ESP220/2/0024
201KD2CKOTom11924CA330/1/1024
204K0SKCOutlaw 110739TMO111/0/0016
204WB5TFVSteve7138TX111/0/0016
206EI3HIBDave9993IRL210/1/0012
207N7EDKEd7534TCA110/1/0011
207K7MJGMark9295AZ110/1/0011
207W3MLKMartin10314DE110/1/0011
210OH7QRErkki6379TFIN220/0/109
210KK5NAJoe1923TTX330/0/009
212K5ZOLBob3945TTX110/0/001

Results for QRPp - 1 watt or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K1EDGEd9625SME472811/28/21001871
Silver 2N4RAYRodney285SAL35217/18/101025
Bronze 3N8BBWerner5433SMI32208/21/10975
4KF7WNSGary9895OR19141/11/2100501
5WB8ENEArt3773TOH551/2/1065

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1KC9WRANDY5277TTN1224421/55/6506313
Silver 2KC4ZAAl4421TVA583514/27/31002625
Bronze 3N1ABSPete4853TMA503412/30/402200
4NE5DLDave5081STX49269/24/301664
5KK7UVSteve6219CMT20127/6/111001510
6K2DEPSteve/T19273TMD35207/18/22001195
7WB0PYFRAY5169SMO31246/17/101009
8K5YQFCECIL1820TTX22167/8/150592
9W1LVTLen/T13932TVT23164/14/10573
10AK3XPeter7217TMD20156/12/00510
11N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL18148/8/01453
12KB1UOHCharlie/T17560TCT19113/8/1100439
13WA1VILGreg443TMA19125/10/00403
13K4ARQJohn8205TFL16135/7/050403
15K4JPNSteve2402TGA19135/6/10387
16KD0VMERLIN1243TMN15135/7/11346
17W4RQRICH8699TFL15126/6/00330
18KA3LOCRic660TKS14122/11/00308
19N5JPXJim8672TMS14116/5/10299
20KE4WKHChris6599TAL13103/6/150290
21KA5TJSAllen5172TTX13114/4/10248
22KA8HDEChuck6913TMN11113/7/10241
23WA5BUCFred6692CTX11103/6/00215
24WD5ABCKerry12TX884/1/00134
24VE7KBNKEN5533TBC880/7/00134
26KJ4RGHChris12029VA772/5/00129
27NT8PRON7312TWY862/5/00128
27NT8P/7RON7312TWY862/5/00128
29K5TEBTerry6835TMS541/3/150120
30K8JDJOHN1395TMI442/2/0066
31KH6OZGeorge3975TMT541/3/0065
32WA2FBNKen8884NY540/2/1045
33W4LDARoger4789TGA221/1/0029
33KF0XVJoe3520TKS221/1/0029
35KD2CKOTom11924CA330/1/1024
35SA5ACNJoakim7592SWE220/2/0024
37WB5TFVSteve7138TX111/0/0016
38EI3HIBDave9993IRL210/1/0012
39N7EDKEd7534TCA110/1/0011
40KK5NAJoe1923TTX330/0/009

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W9DLNDan3635SWI1945629/84/1115012344
Silver 2LW3EXWalt3804TARG2045418/48/3011781
Bronze 3N3PDTDoug6861SMO1604621/70/7508460
4AH6AXLarry11165TMD1394522/66/103007595
5W5TMED4530OK1294821/57/9507172
6K1EEEMike12006TNH1124120/49/41505552
7W2NRAArt11634SNY1004217/49/52505220
8AF2ZDrew2082SNJ1034211/50/4505061
9AA5VECarl8863TTX94434/47/51004697
10W3NPDave3182SWV874312/43/42004571
11KD3CADon10175TPA874212/39/61004354
12N5DYJack2265TOK833814/46/3503889
13W5BMDan7754TOK833316/33/61503489
14WP3CAl7437TPUR763614/42/203376
15WA5TCZDarron206TLA743810/34/403322
16K8QIBarry2795TFL684013/34/503280
17KD4EEScott11016TKY673818/30/41003236
18W7GVEED729TAZ683711/36/31503206
19NE7DRock665TOR773411/31/503118
20N4VDLDave7494TGA713411/30/202889
21KC0MLARRY8177MO66378/29/202862
22N0CVWCHARLIE9074TKS673210/30/4502664
23WA1OTZRICH7907TCT663011/35/31002610
24KC4HCHRoger7688SAL563618/26/202556
25OK2VWBVasek11812CCZE43298/21/26002187
26K2OGTbob5266TNY513011/26/52002180
27K4ZGBTom796TAL52318/37/002102
28VA2GSPete5219TQC54308/22/3502025
28VA2SGPete5219TQC54308/22/3502025
30WA1LWSHans1933TMD522612/26/1501847
31K8NSmike10850TFL41344/30/201764
32K9PMVJerry1438TIL502710/25/201760
33WB0CLLED9600TOK422912/18/31001693
34WA4FATBill11062AL47268/22/301577
35W4FOATony641TGA372812/18/21501556
36K9DACTom10148TOH472211/18/3501444
37EA3NOLluis6653TESP36278/21/0501352
38W1LICWes1142TFL352611/20/1501330
39W4KRNKaren4495TVA40256/11/31001315
39KK0IJack2370TWI35249/18/21501315
41F5DEBernard6247TFRA35279/15/1501285
42N5KIPDick3755TLA382410/21/101277
43KI0IMark6585TMO38246/20/1501257
44KF7DSDon8281TOR39225/22/2501213
45K2HTDick5087TMO382214/15/101201
46KP4SJPablo8843SPUR36246/20/201164
47K7CHSRick8573TAZ35217/15/31001105
48WA3PRRRay9716TPA34216/19/4501064
49WK2SArt9434SNJ26235/18/12001058
50W8VFMNed1589CMI33188/18/1100999
51VE5BCSHarold3946TSK36224/14/10997
52K8BATJOHN10395TOH29229/16/250993
53KD5LCPKarl11878LA25205/15/0250975
54N5XECarl6307TOK28216/17/150903
55W8FDVJIM1390TAZ30207/18/10890
56KB8XMike5491COH30206/15/11846
57VE7SLSTEVE2153BC31184/12/1100843
58N8KZHRon6593TWV271710/12/1100834
59AC2CRon2748SMD22185/13/2200811
60AE7UTStan8318CUT28204/18/10805
61WN4ATJoey8745TAL30165/15/20715
62SP6JOEJOE7673TPOL28195/9/20707
63WB8WTUdennis217TOH22172/15/1100659
64KD2FNATOM12120NJ23143/17/1100642
65KB1OIQAndy6265TMA23184/16/10639
66NZ8YGary9854TOH27166/1/150607
67AB2BJFred321TNJ20196/11/10585
68N8KQRandy8934TOH19176/11/150578
69G0RDOJohn2133TENG20174/11/250570
70NC5GGeorge9891TTX19165/10/350544
71KA5VZGAlan6264STN19134/13/1100542
72N0KOEHoward11292NC24154/9/30525
73W1WIUJim486TRI18147/10/150512
74KN4MXJohn12289FL20174/10/10505
75K5ENAJOHN3045TOK20147/11/10500
76VE3DVCDoug11106TON21154/11/20495
77KB1WODDave10530MA21145/12/00489
78W6JWPJOE/T17018CA1372/6/1250436
79WA0BGVSlim5465TMO16136/7/150423
80W9CCLarry469TIN18152/11/20420
81N4JDJohn7904TNC17155/8/10415
82W4HAYFrank678TTN17175/5/00414
82KA1SAWNeal2824TMA16147/8/10414
84AA1JDMatt11061TMA18153/9/00405
85WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ15115/6/0100400
86NW0MMitch6893SMO17142/12/10393
87K2HRSGeorge5419CPA17136/8/00391
88W6FPSRon2126TCA18123/11/20381
89KD2JCJoe710SNJ15103/8/1100380
90VE5DCJERRY4440SK16150/8/150375
91K0KEXRick5220SMO15136/8/10370
92DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER14124/7/250358
93WA5KMAJIM5057STX14123/8/050343
94WB4ITBrian10594AL14143/9/10336
95KL7GLLGene1098TVA13123/7/150326
96K0LUWRuss1702SNE15141/8/40325
97AB1BWGeorge2468SCT14123/11/00323
98VE1EIjohn10950CNS14135/6/10322
99KD5RSSButch1910TOK15143/5/00305
100N3EINMatt6742TPA1192/7/0100299
101K9EYTRAY7941TIL15111/11/00290
102N2SOCHAS7834TNY13123/7/10276
103KE30Bill9282TMD1274/3/0100274
104KE9VJEFF3383TIN14113/7/01270
105KE4KETim10471MN13114/6/10268
106K6BHHCurt3646TCA1192/6/050239
107W4CUTom2733TFL13111/7/20238
108W1EJED1594TCA12113/5/10232
109KB9DFESteve8806TWI12101/9/10230
110NP3CWJULIO2632TPUR13111/5/00208
111K4NVJjoe393TAL12103/3/10200
111KK7YJJim2728SMT10102/7/00200
113PA3JDJoop10955NED1084/5/11196
114WI0SKieth2048TMN1093/6/00195
115N7IGIBob6394TUT983/6/00177
116K7IFGKen4694TOR994/3/00171
117KK9UMark3818TIN763/2/050157
118N1FPGSteve9934TME.873/4/10146
119W9SAYChas/T11158TIL551/0/1100145
120VE5CULBrian1672TSK871/7/00141
120KK4BNCRandy8054GA873/4/00141
122AD5VCDana1555TLA990/5/00131
123N0UYNDennis5753TMO862/5/00128
124KB3VWKRay9971TMD922/6/10113
125K6KQVBill2626TCA871/3/20111
126VE4MRKevin7607TMB770/5/10104
127PS7HDNat8094TBRA881/2/0099
128WS9EJoe3859TWI661/4/1096
129K6CSLBert4486CA880/3/0094
130W1HFFJoe6309TMA553/2/0090
131WB2UWUFinn1708NY553/1/0080
131W8BFXDennis7765TWA551/4/0080
131BX2ABTHans12107TPE652/1/2080
134K8NBNoel3112TMI111/0/06076
135KI6BHBDave4186TCA550/5/0075
136VE7LAJAndy6611TBC442/2/0066
136W7BROCarl7772TOR442/2/0066
138KA1KUDON9399MA541/3/0065
139W9KMPKen549TIL441/3/0061
140KG4BQQkyle374AL440/4/0056
141K1ARRArt2775TVT332/1/0049
141W0SZVEldon4999SMO332/1/0049
143K2CDXMIKE11472NY330/3/0039
144DW3GKTJerry12131PHI312/0/0033
145S52CCVince5011TSLO430/1/1027
146EA5HWPLUIS M. Xumini Soler11182ESP220/2/0024
147K0SKCOutlaw 110739TMO111/0/0016
148K7MJGMark9295AZ110/1/0011
148W3MLKMartin10314DE110/1/0011
150OH7QRErkki6379TFIN220/0/109
151K5ZOLBob3945TTX110/0/001

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA3356133/130/1640022710
Silver 2AD0ABJim9667TKS853414/37/5503545
Bronze 3K4BAIJohn3280GA773312/32/303056
4KG6MCBOB11229TSC643311/30/402597
5W5ZRBert2931TLA63319/35/302453
6KZ5OMJerry10415SCA41406/27/2502060
7NC1MHugh11058SMA54289/29/2501997
8KG4WED2416TVA29196/15/20801
9WD8AFBKeith7196TFL25223/15/050795
10WB5JWILes5013TTEXAS14113/4/2150399
11KG4WNAJohn4984TKY13114/7/0100373
12F6HKABert6069SFRA16124/7/050372
13K8TEZLARRY8426TOH17131/13/00366
14GM3ZDHBob6027TSCO13123/8/10286
15WL7WHBob2940TAK774/2/10134

Results for SWL

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1AA6ACBOB6276TCA52319/23/301992

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1CA12507283652OK740017951
3MO11393161684WI424713985
5MD7289123456ARG120411781
7AL926388578FL82338645
9TX11235846310LA52098158
11NJ6202812612GA62148058
13NY6177784014TN31587269
15MA9211670216KS41686546
17PA4149610818OH81965558
19NH1112555220WV21145405
21AZ4134521222VA51475196
23OR5148506924PUR31254748
25QC2108405026KY2803609
27CT399337228IL5922709
29SC164259730CZE1432187
31MI470211632ME1471871
33MT335177534FRA2511657
35SK360151336ESP2381376
37MN449105038BC3431043
39UT23798240NC241940
41IN33984742POL128707
43VT22662244ENG120570
45RI11851246ON121495
47MS21941948TEXAS114399
49GER11435850NE115325
51NS11432252SCO113286
53WY21625654NED110196
55ME.1814656AK17134
57MB1710458BRA1899
59WA158059TPE1680
61PHI133362SLO1427
63SWE122464IRL1212
65DE111166FIN129

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1CA12507283652TX112358463
3MO11393161684AL92638857
5MA921167026FL82338645
7OH819655588MD728912345
9OK74001795110NY61777840
11NJ6202812612GA62148058
13OR5148506914LA52098158
15IL592270916VA51475196
17PA4149610818AZ41345212
19MI470211620KS41686546
21MN449105022WI424713985
23TN3158726924BC3431043
25PUR3125474826CT3993372
27IN33984728MT3351775
29SK360151330MS219419
31WY21625632FRA2511657
33UT23798234QC21084050
35ESP238137636VT226622
37WV2114540538NC241940
39KY280360940CZE1432187
41ME147187142ON121495
43RI11851244NH11125552
45NED11019646SC1642597
47TPE168048SCO113286
49MB1710450ENG120570
51TEXAS11439952AK17134
53GER11435854ME.18146
55BRA189956SWE1224
57NS11432258NE115325
59SLO142760PHI1333
61FIN12962ARG120411781
63POL12870764IRL1212
65DE111166WA1580

Participants ordered by callsign

AA1JD, AA5VE, AA6AC, AB1BW, AB2BJ, AC2C, AD0AB, AD5VC, AE7UT, AF2Z, AH6AX, AK3X, BX2ABT, DL9YCS, DW3GKT, EA3NO, EA5HWP, EI3HIB, F5DE, F6HKA, G0RDO, GM3ZDH, K0KEX, K0LUW, K0SKC, K1ARR, K1EDG, K1EEE, K2CDX, K2DEP, K2HRS, K2HT, K2OGT, K4ARQ, K4BAI, K4JPN, K4NVJ, K4ZGB, K5ENA, K5TEB, K5YQF, K5ZOL, K6BHH, K6CSL, K6ELQ, K6KQV, K7CHS, K7IFG, K7MJG, K8BAT, K8JD, K8NB, K8NS, K8QI, K8TEZ, K9DAC, K9EYT, K9PMV, KA1KU, KA1SAW, KA3LOC, KA5TJS, KA5VZG, KA8HDE, KB1OIQ, KB1UOH, KB1WOD, KB3VWK, KB8X, KB9DFE, KC0M, KC4HCH, KC4ZA, KC9W, KD0V, KD2CKO, KD2FNA, KD2JC, KD3CA, KD4EE, KD5LCP, KD5RSS, KE30, KE4KE, KE4WKH, KE9V, KF0XV, KF7DS, KF7WNS, KG4BQQ, KG4W, KG4WNA, KG6MC, KH6OZ, KI0I, KI6BHB, KJ4RGH, KK0I, KK4BNC, KK5NA, KK7UV, KK7YJ, KK9U, KL7GLL, KN4MX, KP4SJ, KZ5OM, LW3EX, N0CVW, N0KOE, N0UYN, N1ABS, N1FPG, N2SO, N3EIN, N3PDT, N4JD, N4RAY, N4VDL, N5DY, N5JPX, N5KIP, N5XE, N7EDK, N7IGI, N8BB, N8KQ, N8KZH, N9ZXL, NC1M, NC5G, NE5DL, NE7D, NP3CW, NT8P, NT8P/7, NW0M, NZ8Y, OH7QR, OK2VWB, PA3JD, PS7HD, S52CC, SA5ACN, SP6JOE, VA2GS, VA2SG, VE1EI, VE3DVC, VE4MR, VE5BCS, VE5CUL, VE5DC, VE7KBN, VE7LAJ, VE7SL, W0SZV, W1EJ, W1HFF, W1LIC, W1LVT, W1WIU, W2NRA, W3MLK, W3NP, W4CU, W4FOA, W4HAY, W4KRN, W4LDA, W4RQ, W5BM, W5TM, W5ZR, W6FPS, W6JWP, W7BRO, W7GVE, W8BFX, W8FDV, W8VFM, W9CC, W9DLN, W9KMP, W9SAY, WA0BGV, WA1LWS, WA1OTZ, WA1VIL, WA2FBN, WA2JSG, WA3PRR, WA4FAT, WA5BUC, WA5KMA, WA5TCZ, WB0CLL, WB0PYF, WB2UWU, WB4IT, WB5JWI, WB5TFV, WB8ENE, WB8WTU, WD5ABC, WD8AFB, WI0S, WK2S, WL7WH, WN4AT, WP3C, WS9E

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From Joop PA3JD, SKCC #10955

Vy bad condx on Sunday towards the USA.CU next time. Best 73

From BOB AA6AC, SKCC #6276T

Conditions POOR at my QTH in OXNARD, Ca. DID SWL cause really one band open 20m and K6ELQ was holding court. Did copy about 20 of Tony's QSO's for points. DID look at 15m

but few stations herd. SURE hope bands return for JUNE 2014

That's it for my SWL outing AA6AC Bob CA 6276T


From John G0RDO, SKCC #2133T

Things got lively on Sunday evening on 20m. But the rest of the time it was pretty poor propogation.

Rig Kenwood TS-440SAT, 100 watts to a MA6V vertical. Morse key - a GNT Key used on the GPO circuit between Seahouses, Northumberland, England and Oslo, Norway Circa 1900 (GNT = The Great Northern Telegraph Company, Oslo, Norway). Quite a large key in brass with a wooden base measuring 130mm by 100mm (5 & 1/8" x 4").

73. John / GØRDO / SKCC 2133T

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From Dick K2HT, SKCC #5087T

Tnx for the QSO's. Condx little ruff in MO outlaw country due to T/storms. Mother's Day activites cut into operating time.

From JERRY VE5DC, SKCC #4440

Nice sprint and fair band condx on 20 mtrs.

73 de Jerry VE5DC


From Tom KD2CKO, SKCC #11924

This was my first SKCC event. Only 3 contacts this time, I hope for more next month. 73 Tom KD2CKO

From John KN4MX, SKCC #12289

First skcc sprint!

From Keith WD8AFB, SKCC #7196T

Only got to work the last 3 hours, but still had a very nive time. Good to hear everyone.

From Ron AC2C, SKCC #2748S

Fun sprint - I just had a little time for it.

From Curt WA2JSG, SKCC #3018T

Too many things going on this weekend to make a good showing on this one. Anyone heading to the Dayton Hamvention, don't forget to look us up at the SKCC Booth 254 in the North Hall. Also, goto http://www.w5kub.com/ for live streaming video from Hamvention. You just may spot an SKCC'er or two walk by! ;-)

Rig here IC-7000, 50 watts to an all-band vertical. Big ole Kent Straight Key.


From bob K2OGT, SKCC #5266T

bad condx but few tube signals around was fun anyway

From Randy N8KQ, SKCC #8934T

Not a lot of time for this one, but jumped on when I could. as always, lots of fun..Tnx fer the contacts. 73 de Randy

From Dave KB1WOD, SKCC #10530

Second Sprint almost doubled my QSOs

From Dave N4VDL, SKCC #7494T

I had a great time--thanks for all the q's.

From ED W1EJ, SKCC #1594T

Mother's Day, no time for radio.

From RAY WB0PYF, SKCC #5169S

Did not get to work this wes much. Thanks for the stations pulling me out of the mud. 72, Ray

From Rodney N4RAY, SKCC #285S

Bands defentlly were a challenge,had fun when i could operate,my first time doing 1watt was a challenge,thanks to everyone for pulling me out

From LARRY K8TEZ, SKCC #8426T

so many station & so little time . Thanks to all & especially Earl kb7csv for WY ...Thanks to all who help put the wes together...73's Larry k8tez

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From Eldon W0SZV, SKCC #4999S

Mothers Day, thunderstorms, short road trips, not much time to play radio but did get in 3 qso's before the storms hit. looking forward to the next sprint.

From Karl KD5LCP, SKCC #11878

This was my first WES. It was a blast! I WILL be participating in more.

From Ron W6FPS, SKCC #2126T

Rough conditions this weekend. Heard nothing on 10 & 15 meters. Worked a couple on 40 meters and 20 was noisy with few stations coming through. Maybe it was all for the best with Mothers Day today and birthday party for grandson and son in law last night. I put together a one tube rig for this WES shown in the February 2006 CQ. The wattmeter said it was putting out 6 watts, but no contacts. Still had a good time.

73, Ron

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From Ed K1EDG, SKCC #9625S

Great WES! Thanks to all that heard my 1 watt! Station used was a Flex-1500 set to 1 watt output feed into a homemade Windom OCFD up at 70 feet.

Best 72/73 Ed

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From Werner N8BB, SKCC #5433S

Has to be one of my worst weekends for radio, thought it was tough to work 1 watt? Heck, I couldn't hear other stations very well at all. Did ok for what things were. Thanks for another nice weekend, hope the next one is even better for the contacts. KX3 1 Watt

From Jim N5JPX, SKCC #8672T

I had hoped the bands would be better on Mother's Day but they weren't very cooperative in this part of the world. Time was a precious commodity with the Mother's Day activities so I had to work the sprint as time allowed. Fun, as always, and so nice to work such nice and friendly operators. While struggling with 5 watts out of the KX3, I was surprised to work Walt, LW3EX, twice. Once on 20 meters and again on 10 meters. Walt, that must be some antenna you have there. 1,029 miles per watt! Thanks Walt and everyone for the QSO's.

KX3 running 5 watts to an 80 meter loop up 45 feet.

73/72

Jim, N5JPX

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From LARRY KC0M, SKCC #8177

I couldn't spend as much on the air time as I would have liked but still managed to keep the "Moms" happy and work a little radio. Happy Mothers Day to all those "Moms"

73 Larry KC0M 8177


From John K4BAI, SKCC #3280

Good band conditions on 40, 20, and 15. No signals in WES heard on 10 and 80 when I was listening. Good activity. Heard/worked no T-1 bonus stations. Thanks for all QSOs. 73, John, K4BAI.

From JEFF KE9V, SKCC #3383T

A short but productive effort for me this month. Noticing a lot more new numbers which tells me we are continuing to GROW! Always fun but I wish band conditions would move out of the doldrums. See you next month! 73 de Jeff

From Rock NE7D, SKCC #665T

My first SKCC activity in quite a while -- happy to be back! Bands weren't great but 20 provided activity well into the evening, then 40 offered up enough to make it interesting. Nice to see so many new members! (And to say Hello to a number of my old friends again).

73, Rock NE7D Salem, OR


From Chris KJ4RGH, SKCC #12029

This was my first time participating in a SKCC event, and I greatly enjoyed it. The setup was an Elecraft K1 at 5 Watts into a random wire about 8 ft. off the ground. Even with the low antenna, I was able to make a few contacts, and even worked a CA station!

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From JOHN K8JD, SKCC #1395T

Worked WES for about 20 Minutes on 20 and 40M. Was running QRP with the 40M CUB at 2W and Reduced power of 5W on the FT990 on 20M.

Family activities kept me busy the rest of the weekend.


From Darron WA5TCZ, SKCC #206T

I had a great time in the Wes.

Worked on and off during the weekend.

The Doppler affect due to the rain, all day Sunday made it extremely hard to hear stations.

Great WES an great fun.

Darron WA5TCZ


From Mark KI0I, SKCC #6585T

Found one one tuber! Didn`t have a lot of time this weekend agn but had some fun with the straight key. Worked Walt LW3EX on three bands,always a pleasure to hear our ARG friend.Makes me wonder when 10m is open to ARG is that the only place workable? Thanks to all for the Q`s and sorry for Sat. nite deafness,the qrn from nearby Tstorms was pounding in over S9. I hope the condx are better next SKS and the W1AW/0 operations from MO later this month. 73 Mark

From Len/T1 W1LVT, SKCC #3932T

Mother's Day limited my operating because of a family gathering but had much fun anyway.

Built a 6V6 transmitter from the 1956 ARRL "How to Become a Radio Amateur" right down to the wooden chassis and fahnestock clips for antenna and key. Built one back in the olden time when I had a Novice license and I called it the "Novice Killer" because of the open wiring and 300 vdc. Three watts, a folded dipole on 40 meters and lots of fun! (Didn't work any other T1 though.)

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From Jerry KZ5OM, SKCC #10415S

Played for a few hours. My goal was 1 QSO per S/P/C - did that --> 40 x 40 PLUS 1 one-tuber QSO. 4Qs on 40m, 2Qs on 15m and the rest on 20m (35Qs). 31 states, 2 VEs, 7 DX.

All Hunt-n-Pounce action. 20m on Sunday was poor propagation conditions.


From RANDY KC9W, SKCC #5277T

THIS WAS MY FIRST CONTEST OF ANY KIND. IT WAS BUNCHES OF FUN. MY WRIST IS TIRED AND MY FINGER HAS A CALLOUS BUT I FEEL FINE. THANKS TO ALL WHO LISTENED FOR MY 5 WATT STATION. ALSO THANKS TO THE RI STATION WHO COMPLETED MY WAS.

From Andy KB1OIQ, SKCC #6265T

23 QSOs may be my highest number yet in the WES! I had a lot of fun using my "new" Vibroplex bug from the 1960s. Thanks and 73 de Andy.

From Ray KB3VWK, SKCC #9971T

hope i did it right?

From Tim KE4KE, SKCC #10471

Operated from apartment and city park.

From Dana AD5VC, SKCC #1555T

HF antenna was down from a storm, so I was confined to 6m. Antenna was a ground plane under my roof, and was pretty deaf. Thanks to all who tried to work me. I know several I could not hear.

From Scott KD4EE, SKCC #11016T

I had fun. Thanks for all the QSOs. Thanks Dan W9DLN and Len W1LVT for the T1 QSOs. Your rigs sounded great! CU All next WES. I never contest without my code rock. Best 73 Scott.

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From Ric KA3LOC, SKCC #660T

Thanks to all. Between thunderstorms & poor band conditions, this WES was rough. Maybe better luck next time. Best 73 es God Bless. Ric

From Don KF7DS, SKCC #8281T

Fun event, once again, but wish conditions were better so that the 1 tube wonders had a chance of getting out. Stayed mostly on 20m on Saturday and 40m Saturday evening - conditions on Sunday were tough. See everyone next month, Don KF7DS

From Fred WA5BUC, SKCC #6692C

First WES in a while. Good to be on. Worked 40 & 20 with a 66' end-fed wire up about 10'. Rig was an FT-817 at 5 watts.

From Kerry WD5ABC, SKCC #12

I tried QRP for the first time in several months, bad idea with a low dipole here at the rent house. Hopefully we'll get a permanent location soon and I'll put up something better. The bands totally died for a while early Sunday afternoon but came back later.

73,

Kerry, WD5ABC


From Doug N3PDT, SKCC #6861S

Fun WES. Didn't work very many 1 Tubers, but was fun to hear the ones I could. Conditions varied from hour to hour here, but overall not anything to write home about. Worked a lot of newer members, something I like to see.

Thanks to all.


From ED W7GVE, SKCC #729T

This just wasnt my month for the WES-- Had interruptions with the mothers day festivities which were fun.. Band were poor with limited activity--But what I did was fun.. CU for the next one!!! 73 ED/W7GVE

From Charlie/T1 KB1UOH, SKCC #7560T

It took about a month to round up all the parts for my 6v6 QRP transmitter. I made 19 contacts on 7.050 in about five hours and had to quit. Thanks to the 19 that heard me. There is a satisfaction in making contacts with a transmitter you made yourself. Next project will be a one tube receiver.

Charlie?T1


From Gary KF7WNS, SKCC #9895

I enjoyed building the T1 transmitter. Used a 6CL6 as my OSC/PA. I needed a bigger power transformer and filter choke. I was only getting less than a watt output. Was hoping for 2-3 watts. Had several Xtals for 40M and 20M which helped get in the clear. Had one T1-T1 QSO with KK7UV. Looking forward to getting back to life with 5 watts, QRPp is pretty tough out here even with good band condx. 72, Gary/KF7WNS

From George NC5G, SKCC #9891T

Only had a few minutes here and there to operate. Band condx seemed poor for the most part. Highlights were working LW3EX and giving AF4K his final contact he needed to earn his Senator award.

From Joe WS9E, SKCC #3859T

Spring finally arrived. here in central Wisconsin, so we were busy with many outdoor activities. I spent about 30 minutes, on the air, on Saturday. I made a few contacts on 20 and 40. There was not too much activity. Most signals I heard were not strong.

I used the Orion, dipole and the Nye Viking Speed-X hand key.


From ED W5TM, SKCC #4530

Elecraft K3 100w, Hi-Q 5-160, 33' wire.

From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710S

Mother's Day was priority #1. Still enjoyed what time I spent. Thanks to all that worked me. 73.

From Neal KA1SAW, SKCC #2824T

It was Good Feeling participating in the WES once again. For this Sprint I used my new ARRL Centennial Key by Vibroplex, and it performed beautifully. I wish that I had more time to operate during the event. But the little time I had . IT was FUN

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From Pablo KP4SJ, SKCC #8843S

Qrm-Qrn-Qsb-thunderstorm people complaining. I won the lottery in this WES. Hi...Hi... Thanks to all the members calling me, had a lot of Fun after all.///

From Art WB8ENE, SKCC #3773T

Didn't have much time for the sprint this weekend, but I managed to make a few contacts with my Peaberry V2, running 1 Watt. See you next time. 73, Art

From Jim AD0AB, SKCC #9667T

WOW, that was fun! Thanks everyone for all the QSOs. C U all next event, 73, Jim

From Bert F6HKA, SKCC #6069S

Just available 1 hour due to family meeting. 73 Bert

From Jack KK0I, SKCC #2370T

Limited time this weekend...still another great WES. Wish I could have spent more time hunting those "one tubers" out there. See you next event...73, jack

From Mike K1EEE, SKCC #12006T

Super conditions on 20, but limited op time with Mothers day and outdoor work. SKCC ops are outstanding

From DAVE N9ZXL, SKCC #7114T

HELLO AGN... FUN AS USUAL. NEW ARGONAUT SIX, MA5B AND G5RV. STORMED ON SUNDAY... HOPE NEXT MONTH IS BETTER.STILL RNG QRP 5 WTS, THOSE QRO GUYS DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE CREATING AND MISSING... HA..HA.. C U ALL LATER.. 73 DAVE N9ZXL/QRP............TKS AGN TO THE SKCC PLANNERS....

From Wes W1LIC, SKCC #1142T

Conditions weren't the best, but I still had an enjoyable time. I was able to put several members in my log for the first time as well as make more progress towards my Senator Award. Only had one T1 contact. Even had some sporadic-E on 6 meters and made four SKCC contacts there in addition to a few others. Using my usual TS-480SAT at 100w to Hustler mobile antenna and my Vibroplex straight key.

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From JULIO NP3CW, SKCC #2632T

Able to work 1.5 hours only on this WES due to family activities. Only EI3KI from Europe and was non SKCC member.

Good luck to al participants.


From Bill K6KQV, SKCC #2626T

Very poor conditions this weekend.

From Dave W3NP, SKCC #3182S

Conditions overall were pretty bad and my recently acquired power line noise in my rural setting continues to get worse especially on 20 and 15. My original goal was to try and make as many qso's as possible without any duplicate S/P/C's but that didn't work out so well. Worked 4 T1 stations tnx to K2DEP, KE3O, W9DLN, and W1LVT and each one had it's distinctive "note".

There was a very unusual short skip situation on 15 meters Sunday afternoon where nearby stations normally heard at s2 or less - or not at all were coming in 599+ so I was able to add some stations to my 15m list.

Rig: K3 @ 100w and my Vibroplex Presentation bug and a German Junker straight key. 73 de West Virginia


From Bill WA4FAT, SKCC #11062

I've been licensed 52 years, but have been inactive for most of the past 20 years, just recently returning to the air. CW has always been my passion in the hobby, and I was delighted to discover SKCC promoting the same ideals I hold dear. My schedule allowed only a brief window for operating my first WES, all on 40 Meters, but it was a blast. Poor conditions aside, the casual and polite nature of the WES event was scintillating. I'll be back! 73/Bill

From Walt LW3EX, SKCC #3804T

Very good prop on higher bands (No T1 RX there), a lot of DX`s on 10m, amazing E`s-F2 opening on 50MHz towards the states.

Good time, thanks all BCNU 73, Walt-..-

TA33 / 5 ele HM Yagi 50MHz - 50W - HM DSK and a recently restored Danish marine key M. P. Pedersen (like AMPLIDAN 50713)

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From Bill KE30, SKCC #9282T

Built a crystal controlled, one tube 40 meter transmitter onto an old HP pwr sply chassis for this WES. Operating /T1 only on Sunday, and running 12 watts out, couldn't give away my bonus points. (worked one other T1) Signal propagation on 40 was as bad as I have ever experienced. Hope to c u all next time under better conditions. 73

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From TOM KD2FNA, SKCC #12120

Wow! My first WES as a returning ham and had a blast! Great friendly group with a code speed I can handle. Thanks to all those ops for talking to me!!

Tom, KD2FNA


From Art WK2S, SKCC #9434S

Thunderstorms, qrn qrm, poor propagation, oh well, play 'em as they are dealt and enjoy the game!

Thanks to all and especially T1'ers K2DEP, KB1UOH, W9DLN, and WA1VIL. Way to go!

73, Art


From Chas/T1 W9SAY, SKCC #1158T

Though I have several 1 tube rigs that would qualify, the Reinhartz Regenerative Osc from the 1938 Radio Handbook has been an old itch that needed scratching. Built for the one-tube event, power out from the 802 tube ran the neighborhood of 7 to 10 watts. Can you believe I had to go "out of house" for the pine board? With only a few available xtals, all "fake" FT243s, luck would have it that the 7050 rock was the least active, and suffered the most from xtal heating. Tnx to members for "getting my drift". Sadly, I only made one T1 to T1 QSO. Tnx Dan.

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From Steve/T1 K2DEP, SKCC #9273T

I was hoping for better condx this WES but it was terrible in MD. My 1 tube is based off of the AMECO AC1 with some minor mods. I added a VXO that gave me about 800Hz higher Freqs. I used a 6X5 rectifier for power and 6V6GTA Beam Power tube for the Transmitter. I did some decals from the AC1 for looks. Chassis was from a junk box I bought at an auction. Output was just short of 5 Watts. I used a Variac to keep the voltage in @ 100 VAC. Kept the plate and screen grid at about 340 volts. Worked 2 other T1s KE3O and KB1OUH. Thanks for those points. My receiver was an ICOM R-71a with manual switch between units. Was a lot of fun. NOW WE SHOULD HAVE 1 TRANSISTOR SPECIAL STATIONS. 73 Steve

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From STEVE VE7SL, SKCC #2153

Had lots of fun with the xtal controlled one-tuber. For those that worked me, you can see details of my transmitter here:

http://members.shaw.ca/ve7sl/tritet.html

Let me know if you need a 'unique' QSL for out QSO and I will be happy to mail you one.

Steve / 73

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From Karen W4KRN, SKCC #4495T

Managed to work VE7SL/T1 on 2 bands. Great hearing his tube music on the bands. Had fun even though the bands condx not good. Still need 15 more contacts for Senator, will just have to keep working on it.

From JOHN K8BAT, SKCC #10395T

Due to Mother's Day and other family functions, I was not able to be on the air as much as I would have liked. But I have found that whether I am on the air two hours or twenty, I have a great time with my straight key on WES!

This time I had 29 QSO's with 16 states and 6 countries, and I even had a few new ones for my TX5. Conditions weren't great as nothing was heard on 10 meters. But 40, 20, and 15 were active. All in all it was a good WES. Hope to hear you next month : ).


From ED KG4W, SKCC #2416T

Used 100 to 150 watts. Activity seemed down, but found a few new ones.

From Art W2NRA, SKCC #11634S

I was in and out on Sat (Contractor - damage repair, last month’s flood). Bands were not quite as bad as Apr WES but participation seemed down (Mother’s Day weekend?). I notice run station were shoulder to shoulder on 20m and 40m but not many were answering CQs, Couldn’t get a run going myself on Sat. Sun was better, more stations answering and runs were pretty good. I also did some S & P for new Ts & Ss. Thank you to all who participated . 73, DE Art W2NRA

From Brian VE5CUL, SKCC #1672T

This was another fun sprint even though most signals that I heard were under an S9 noise level here. Thanks all - 73-Brian

From Dave NE5DL, SKCC #5081S

Operated portable on the back patio 85degs. KX3 5w, Begali HST single paddle, LNR 10/20/40 EFWire. LiFePo battery. Wanted to evaluate my friend's antenna. Compared about the same as a wire used for QRPTTF. Worked only one T1. Enjoyed the WES, thanks Pete for organizing

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From Hugh NC1M, SKCC #11058S

Only a couple of hours to work WES this month. Got to work one of the one tube wonders, thanks WA1VIL

From Tom K9DAC, SKCC #10148T

Wish I would have had more time on Sunday. Looks like I could have made hay!!! As always, a fun event, and it was fun having a QSO with at least one one-tuber.

From Larry AH6AX, SKCC #11165T

Lots of fun... but now trying to make my "glass arm" work again! lol... Looking forward to next month!

From Joe W1HFF, SKCC #6309T

Agree with most that conditions weren't the best but it was still fun as usual. Thanks everyone.

From Finn WB2UWU, SKCC #1708

Too busy with yard work, but fun while on the air.

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From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

One "1T" was contacted : OK1VWB, other QRP stations were N8BB and KC9W with good signals in France.

Four new "T" for my Tx8, but not enough to be able to start for Senator. Yet another effort !

73 es see you everybody !


From RON NT8P, SKCC #7312T

Portable from N Dwyer, Wy 5w 58 Ft long wire. Sunday 8-10" snow, 24" at granddaughters. Tnx for all the eight contacts. Rig HB1B Hpe to be on from OH next month from home QTH RON E

From RON NT8P/7, SKCC #7312T

Portable from N Dwyer, Wy 5w 58 Ft long wire. Sunday 8-10" snow, 24" at granddaughters. Tnx for all the eight contacts. Rig HB1B Hpe to be on from OH next month from home QTH RON E

From Nat PS7HD, SKCC #8094T

Hello to all friends, tks for all QSOs, 73, Nathan-PS7HD

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From Dan W5BM, SKCC #7754T

Fun WES as always........ Yaesu FT-2000D, G5RV,73 Dan

From Steve K4JPN, SKCC #2402T

Got on a few times over the weekend, 20M seemed to be the band for me. Finally got my yagi back up and that makes a difference with the QRP I was running. Lot of fun. 73, Steve K4JPN

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From Jerry K9PMV, SKCC #1438T

First WES in a while. Still lots of fun. 73 to all

From Greg WA1VIL, SKCC #443T

Anyone who worked me gets bonus points from my 2W 6V6 one tuber. Not a work of art but it did work. Went through a number of tubes and xtals to find the cleanest signal-at least nobody complained about chirp. All the parts came from my junk box (the XYL would say boxes of junk)-some have followed me around since the 1960's. Great fun to go old school for a weekend but I think I'll go back to my TS480 next time. Thanks for the contacts and see you in the next WES!

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From CHARLIE N0CVW, SKCC #9074T

Conditions only so-so, but had a great time!

From Stan AE7UT, SKCC #8318C

I really wish I had worked a T1 station.

I had a great time.

73

Stan AE7UT


From Kieth WI0S, SKCC #2048T

Sounded like lots of activity down here in the shack this WES. Did not have a lot of free time for it but took a little opportunity Sunday morning and as always had fun. 73 Kieth wi0s 2048t

From JOE SP6JOE, SKCC #7673T

Thanks Juri ES2NO 6665 and Joakim SA5ACN 7592 for new countries. Sorry in June/July will be QRT because since 2005 I am in summer time in Scotland.

Condx were poor! Joe


From Bert K6CSL, SKCC #4486

Managed to get in some WES time between family activities and trying to compete in the CQ-M International DX Contest. 73's to all. Bert, K6CSL

From Harold VE5BCS, SKCC #3946T

The band wae rough but enjoyable

From ED WB0CLL, SKCC #9600T

NOT ABLE TO PUT A LOT OF TIME IN THE CONTEST DUE TO MOTHERS

DAY. I WOULD NOT BE IN THE CONTEST IF IT WASNT FOR MOM!

WISH THERE WAS A CLASS FOR SIMPLE WIRE ANTENNAS LIKE NAQCC.

THANKS TO ALL WHO MADE THE CONTEST POSSIBLE!


From Howard N0KOE, SKCC #11292

I did not get to work the first day. This is my 2nd WES. I am not as able to copy faster speeds in my old age, but still love this CW contest above all others. I will do better next month, I hope.

From Rick K0KEX, SKCC #5220S

With such a busy weekend pleased to make a few contacts..73

Thank you all...


From Tony K6ELQ, SKCC #10250S

Terrible band conditions but on the bright side I never heard the other five contest events that were going on simultaneously with our WES.

My big plan was to spend a lot of time on 10m to try to pick up 13 more Q’s for my 10Mx4 endorsement. I worked a total of TWO stations thanks to VK4TJ and LW3EX! And I already had their numbers so no gain; a complete fizzle!

Next plan was to spend a lot more time on 40m. The day started off with all sorts of noise (radar pulse, local power line, atmospheric and Asian SSB) that made copying very difficult. Things quieted down in the evening and on the following day but I was never able to get a good run going. Total Q-count was 56, far short of my 100+ goal.

15m only netted me 25 Q’s. Conditions were awful!

As usual, 20m was THE place to be! It was noisy in the beginning and propagation was not all that great but managed 252 Q’s there. I was only able to work two EU stations, F6HKA and EA3NO, and could not hear the rest. QSB was a big problem on the very weak stations.

Managed only eight bonus Q’s. Six were in my neighborhood (West Coast) and K2LMQ and W9DLN accounted for the other two. The other T1 were just out of my 40m reach. Propagation again.

The WES has always been a great way to pick up needed Q’s for SKCC awards. Even with the rather poor conditions it didn’t disappoint, giving me enough for 20Mx10 and just two shy of 40Mx6.

Had a lot of fun as usual and look forward to doing it again. Thank you all for your contacts and hope to see you next time. 73 de K6ELQ Tony

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From Ed N7EDK, SKCC #7534T

Conx just didn't cooperate for me this weekend. Only operating QRP with the KX1 didn't help either, no one heard a copy able sig from me save one station.

Hope to have the station setup before the next WES.....73 till next month

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From Jim W1WIU, SKCC #486T

Worked 2 1 tube stations: KE30 Bill, and WA1VID, Greg. Thanks guys. Used Knwd.TS520 and old novice Ameco MK1 key.

From Allen KA5TJS, SKCC #5172T

Had a great time this WES and split between the 756Pro and the FT-817 due to some QRO stuff on Sunday morning. My best DX was I1EST Marco in Italy. Thanks for pulling my 5 watts out. See you all next month.

73's Allen


From Ken WA2FBN, SKCC #8884

Thanks to all that heard my signal. Operated portable from base of Poke-O-Moonshine Mt and while canoe camping on Round Pond in the Adirondack Park of NY. Ten Tec R4020 at 3 watts. Ant end fed wire at 15 ft.

73 Ken


From Ron N8KZH, SKCC #6593T

Lots of QRN here in WV from local storms. Started out QRP but then went QRO because of poor band condx. Used my IC 746 and Navy Flameproof key. Most contacts on 40 , but a few on 15. Was fun even with the QRN es poor condx. Picture is the Flameproof on a new base.

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From Carl N5XE, SKCC #6307T

I always enjoy operating in the WES. This time was no exception.

From Joakim SA5ACN, SKCC #7592

only 2 qso in my log (VA2SG and SP6JOE), Rig HB-1B Ant 10m End-fed 4 meters above ground, key Vibroplex champion No 152102

From George KH6OZ, SKCC #3975T

Portable operation from the Whithall, MT area. Using FT897d and hustler 20M vertical mounted on a slide in pickup camper. Thanks for the QSOs 73s

From Peter AK3X, SKCC #7217T

Poor band conditions/not a lot of time as usual.. Had fun anyway as usual.. 73/72 til next month

Peter


From Gene KL7GLL, SKCC #1098T

Two noteworthy events during this WES: 1) I worked two states on 6 meters - AD5VC in LA and W5KDM in MS, and 2)I worked VE7SL, Steve, on 20 meters who I had worked previously as KL7GLL from Alaska on 6 meters in the early 1970s, being his first KL7 on 6 meters. Exciting things happen in WES!

From Les WB5JWI, SKCC #5013T

Great sprint - I was only able to be on for a little while but the bands were great and it was fun to hear the one tube gear. Thanks to those who built them.

From RICH W4RQ, SKCC #8699T

In and out this weekend, but had a good time. The Bands were not in the best shape, but I heard K6ELQ and KP3C plugging away every time I got on.

From Ned W8VFM, SKCC #1589C

Thanks to the word from Tony, K6ELQ, I am resubmitting my score to reflect the two T1's I worked. That is worth 100 points, not the two submitted first. Thanks to all who help with these great events. See some of you at Dayton!

73, Ned/W8VFM


From KEN VE7KBN, SKCC #5533T

Thanks for the sprint- always enjoyable!

From RAY K9EYT, SKCC #7941T

Storm''s all weekend here in the midwest lots of QRN, Things were a little slow still a good time tnx,s all, Icom 746PRO

ZeroFive 43 ft ant. with remote tuner. 73 Ray


From Steve KK7UV, SKCC #6219C

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From Vasek OK2VWB, SKCC #11812C

Many thanks for patience with my 1 tube TX. WKD OH7QR, F5DE, VA2SG, OH7UG, AH6AX, I1IES, VK4TJ, AF4K, PG2AA, G0RDO, M0KCP, PA3JD. My first experience with tubes and i apologize for QRI and QRJ!

You can see: 1- TX with EL84 (4 to 5 watts out), 2- high voltage supply, 3- home made SDR receiver used with TX, 4- switch (ant, phones ...), 5- ant tuner for my 2 el / 5 band QUAD and horizontal "V" 2x63 meters

Some other QSOs made with IC7400 and 100 watts out. TNX and CUAGN!

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From JOE/T1 W6JWP, SKCC #7018

Lots of fun this month. I was able to make 5 whole contacts with my 6AQ5 one tube transmitter putting out a big 3 watts into my Alpha Delta DXCC at 25 feet.

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From Mark K7MJG, SKCC #9295

Only one contact this time. Bands were lousy when I was on... Still enjoy just listening and head copying other CW QSOs, though.

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