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have agreed to remain on as the club's Field Day Coordinator.

In the meantime, work continues on the station here at the home QTH. The tower foundation is now fully cured and the tower is almost ready to put up. Waiting to acquire a 40-meter rotating-dipole - once that has arrived - all will be ready for my first tower/antenna party in over 41 years! Also working on acquiring a linear amplifier, another item that has not been in my shack since the mid-70s. I'm really looking forward to the ability to get on-the-air from home and actually be loud for a change. I'll actually get to stay home more often when operating in important contests, like SS, CQWW, and WPX. What a concept!

The really cool thing for me is that I have my wife's complete blessing for all of these station upgrades, a considerable expense for us to be sure.

Very little operating for me over the past few months. Once SS ended, I made a few (50+) contacts in CQWW CW - mostly just looking for new band countries while I worked around the yard. One thing that I will be working on over the summer in preparation for next year is the installation of a receiving antenna for 80 meters that I can install on my 100' x 100' lot. I'm open to any and all suggestions from club members. My research, so far, tells me that a Pennant antenna will  probably be the best bet. Anyone have any experience with these?

Hope that everyone has a great Christmas Holiday Season this year. See y'all next Saturday at our December club meeting. By the way - there have been a whole bunch of scores from club members posted on the reflectors since our last issue of The Nugget. If I missed any of yours - I apologize. Here goes............

ARRL 10 Meters

WK6I  147 x 48 = 28,416

NU6T   50  x 27 =  2,700

CQ 160 Meters

KF6T    717 Qs, 76 Sections, 6 countries      119,310

P40TA  815 Qs, 76 sections, 0 countries???  117,192

 (note - expect an update to this score)

N6RK   593 Qs, 74 sections, 5 countries         94,879

W6RFF   40 Qs, 17 sections, 3 countries           1,780

ARRL Sweepstakes Phone

K6KM (N6DE)  1,489 x 80 = 238,240

WK6I                 1,025 x 80 = 164,000

K6GT                    802 x 80 = 128,320

AE6Y                    650 x 80 = 104,000

N7MH (@N6XI)  590 x 78 =   92,040

AD6E                    580 x 79 =   91,640

K6AO (WX6V)    537 x 80 =   85,920

W6ISO                 495 x 80 =   79,200

KF6T                    444 x 79 =   70,152

K6TKD                 435 x 78 =  67,860

WX6V                  360 x 75 =   54,000

K6SRA (NU6T)   293 x 66 =   38,676

KI6T                     229 x 75 =   34,350

NU6T                   102 x 51 =   10,404

W6RKC                 33 x 25 =     1,650

W6RFF                  32 x 22 =     1,408

K6BSA (N6XI)      20 x 13 =        520

N6XI/3                     5 x   4 =          40

CQWW CW

K6TA     628 Qs + 122 zones + 289 countries = 687,192

K6LRN  484 Qs + 104 zones + 207 countries = 401,190

KF6T     300 Qs +   85 zones + 170 countries = 208,000

W6RKC 270 Qs +  67 zones + 106 countries = 131,134

N6TV     230 Qs +  72 zones + 135 countries = 125,028

W6RFF  194 Qs + 104 zones + 207 countries =  90,986

KI6T      160 Qs +   69 zones +  96  countries =  67,155

WX6V     51 Qs +   28 zones +  50 countries =   10,920

 Jim  -WX6V-

Recent MLDXCC Score Postings

Bill Snider, K6KM & Ginny, N6RER graciously invited members of MLDX/CC to participate in a multi-op assault on the CQ Worldwide SSB contest. N6NIA, NU6T, WK6I, N6RK, ND6S & K6KM operated

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