Yesterday afternoon, my partner Helen VK7FOLK and I returned to the Narawntapu National Park to complete our World Wide Flora and Fauna (WWFF) activation. We first visited the park earlier this month to participate in a WWFF team championship weekend when unfortunately the weather was poor, confining us to the car. Read the rest of this entry
On Sunday, October 16, my partner Helen VK7FOLK and I participated in the inaugural VKFF Team Championship event. The event was organised by Paul VK5PAS and went from 00:00 – 06:00 UTC. Teams of 2-4 people were able to enter and there were various categories including one for Foundation calls and QRP only. Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday my partner and I went to the Arthur Pieman Conservation area on the North West Coast of Tasmania to do an activation under the WWFF (World Wide Flora and Fauna) program. Read the rest of this entry
It’s been a while since I’ve posted and about time I started adding some posts on what I’ve been up to since returning to VK at the end of August. Since relocating to Bunbury I’ve been operating portable from a few locations and I’ll be adding some further posts over the Christmas break about Pelican Point and Leschenault Inlet. Read the rest of this entry
Earlier today, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity of activating Allermuir Hill, which is SOTA reference GM/SS-171. I was invited by Martin 2M0KAU and Mark MM6BJJ both of whom live in Dundee.
Martin picked me up shortly after 8:00 am (07:00 UTC) from where I am staying in Edinburgh and we were on our way to the Pentlands, south of Edinburgh. Read the rest of this entry