Having returned from E51AMF in the North Cook Islands, I was incredibly excited to see my own confirmation. I used the expensive WiFi on-site to remote my home station’s Flex 6500 and make a barefoot RTTY contact. I gave myself bi-directional 599s, but the K7ADD me was probably 459 – took a number of repeated calls to make sure I felt right about logging it. That’s right, I gave myself an ATNO.
Many more posts about this trip forthcoming. An incredible trip and there’s so much I experienced and learned on my first DXPedition.
ARRL Logbook of the World Status Report
Generated at 2017-02-23 21:05:28
QSL ONLY: YES
QSL SINCE: 2017-02-23 20:52:42
Date Time Call Band Mode Station Call Result
2017-01-22 04:23:00 E51AMF 30M RTTY K7ADD new confirmation for North Cook Islands: entity, RTTY, 30M
LotW operations: 6 QSLs processed, 6 log entries updated, 0 errors