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A5A Bhutan On The Air

Foundation for Global ChildrenIt was quite a surprise to hear A5A Zorro (JH1AJT) from Bhutan yesterday at 0118Z on 20 Meters so I figured maybe we’d hear him again around the same time today – and Zorro did not disappoint.  What really surprised me was as soon as I made contact with A5A, I spotted him to the DX Cluster and other than one Japanese station, Zorro called CQ for 10 more minutes without a single contact before he had to leave for breakfast and more meetings.  The only thing I can figure is Colorado has all the propagation this time of year?  Usually when a rare DX station is spotted to the DX Cluster it turns into a free-for-all, and it turns into one quickly.  Not this time though.

Zorro, I salute you my friend for the fine work you do, thank-you!

N0UN working A5A Bhutan 20M SSB

 

To learn about the humanitarian work Zorro does, click the logo above or visit the English page of the “Foundation for Global Children” at:  http://www.fgc.or.jp/english/

QSL A5A via OQRS at Club Log, or direct to JH1AJT

A5A Online Log Check at Club Log (awaiting 2017 update)

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  1. Bas PE4BAS says

    I saw your spot but at that moment nothing could be heard. I guess you were just lucky and propagation path was very narrow. 73, Bas



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