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"April marks the beginning of the Club 72 QRP Marathon. This is not a contest, but is a QRP DX operating activity. In a nutshell, it's basically a friendly competition to see how you can do against other QRPers on a sort of a "miles per Watt" basis." The QRP (LP) Club devoted to promotion of Low Power Amateur Radio Communication in the World. The birthday of Club is January 14, 2010.
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Beaches On The Air is my own invention. It has nothing in common with things like a SOTA activation and beaches have no special designations.
Today was my chance to make a quick getaway to Smiths Point and operate my KX3 on 40 meters. I had a bit of battery trouble but after getting that worked out, I manged to work a few stations through today's QRM.
My best 5 Watt contact was W2XB near Buffalo. Not too shabby for a noisy band! I thought about bringing the Buddipole down but opted for the good old Hamstick-In-The-Mag-Mount standby. After the Hamstick rolled around in the trunk all winter I didn't expect much from it but the analyzer show 1 to 1 SWR on 7.030. How SWEET it is!
Overall it was a great afternoon and the next location is already in the planning stages!