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I operate mostly CW. The only time I operate SSB is in the CA QSO Party. My home (solar powered) is in NW Mendocino County. Grid square is CM89ax. I have only wire antennas at home. Three miles North of home, in Humboldt County, I have a mountain-top hamshack (solar powered) where I have yagi antennas for 40,20,15,10, 6 and a 160m dipole for 160 and 80. Grid square is CN80aa.  I compete in 160m contests with 100w, and in all other contests I run 5w.

I am willing to make skeds for 6m CW from my mtn-top hamshack in CN80aa. I occasionally operate portable (half hr set-up) from Shelter Cove, CA in CN70.

N6ZFO and I  operated 6m CW (80W)  on 50.097 from 124W-40N (CM79, CM89, CN70, CN80) on July 2, 2017. We were on the air from 1500Z til 0155Z. Jim K9YC acted as pilot from my nearby home.  We made only 13 contacts in 11 hours, because there was no E skip. We were pleased to give a new one to W7KNT, W7EW, K6EU, and probably others. This was my third trip to 124/40, and each time the effort becomes more refined. We would like to be able to get on the air at daybreak, to take advantage of tropo propagation, but walking up the steep trail, with a load, requires that we begin the 2 hr hike at dawn. Nine of our thirteen contacts were between 1500Z and 1630Z.         I, and another ham, will make this trip again next June or July. We will probably do FT8 .

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