K3Y QRP Challenge Winners!
These are "total" powers for contacting all ten US areas.
Exp. 100mW per area would equal total score of 1 watt.
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
Werner Haschke, N8BB
Prize - Choice of Antenna PAR EndFez from LnR Precision
Ric Nelson, KA3LOC
Prize - Flying Pigs QRP W8DIZ's Flying PigRig Kit
Ray Myers, WB0PYF
Prize - SOTA Tuner Hendricks QRP Kits
Mark Hogan, N5OBC
Prize - Hi-Per-Mite CW filter Kit 4sQRP Club
***WINNERS ARE FREE TO SWAP PRIZE IF YOU SO DESIRE***
Congratulations to all of you,
On 2/22/2013 10:39 PM, kb4qqj wrote:
2nd WinnerI saw this and wondered what the heck a Flying Pig QRP Kit was. Did a Google search and ended up on W8DIZ's page. What an amazing sounding transceiver. For $40, I had to take a gamble and order one. Now when the snows clear in Utah, I need to get serious on my antennas again. Been off the air on HF (and QRP) for far too many years. This new Flying Pig can join up with my current QRP collection consisting of an HW-9, Tuna Tin Two, and a "Fun Ceiver" from 73 Magazine years ago.
Check out our "Never ending Worked All Pigs" contest and the monthly "Run For The Bacon" CW sprint too. Lots of fun and good CW practice to boot.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
BTW, you'll love that "Pig Rig" too. Get on 7030.7 and oink out an OO instead of a CQ - never know how many piggies will "oink" back at you.
Jim - W0EB
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On Feb 24, 2013, at 11:30 AM, Joseph Bento <email@example.com> wrote:
On 2/22/2013 10:39 PM, kb4qqj wrote:2nd WinnerI saw this and wondered what the heck a Flying Pig QRP Kit was. Did a
On 2/24/2013 10:45 AM, Jim Sheldon wrote:
Check out our "Never ending Worked All Pigs" contest and the monthly "Run For The Bacon" CW sprint too. Lots of fun and good CW practice to boot.Pig Rig #143 is on its way to my QTH. I really need to get a 40m dipole up now! :-)
FP #3097 (Just received. Thanks, Jim!)