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AA1JM   Contact Moderator
Between CW and SSB contest I almost 'heard' a sweep!
 
AB2TC   Contact Moderator
Conditions fair but not good.
 
AB4EJ   Contact Moderator
ONCE AGAIN, CLOSE, BUT NO CIGAR
 
AB5GG   Contact Moderator
Another year, and another sweep in the books.  73 - AB5GG/WF5X
 
AB5ZA/7   Contact Moderator
20-150W Input power, Swan 350 and ts-130V.  All wire antennas
(12) at 28-39Ft, 5430ASL/DN35rw
 
AC5D   Contact Moderator
QRP is stupid hard - 6 hours 45 minutes to get 100 Qs.
 
AD7OV   Contact Moderator
My 12 year old daughter had a blast making contacts all afternoon sunday. I really appreciated how
patient people were with her and how they slowed down for her to copy.
 
AF1R   Contact Moderator
Portable Operation from Shearer Farm B&B in Vermont at FN32ot, lat 42.827319, long -72.79739
 
AG6JA   Contact Moderator
Another test where I can hear everyone, but
they can't hear me.  City-wide power outage
from 21:50 to 23:10.  Put up SteppIR to work
20m, then exchanged for Cushcraft R7000 to
work 40.
 
AG7NC   Contact Moderator
First ever SSB contest operating QRP. I was quite excited to
see that I could make contacts anywhere from the east coast and
all the way to Hawaii at only 5 watts!
 
AJ4A   Contact Moderator
Happy to once again make a sweep, although I ran ASSISTED. I love the chase during SS.  It became a
bigger challenge when I found on Sunday morning that my 20m beam had failed and was good only for a
listening antenna-very high SWR on TX. Thankfully the vertical pulled me thru but with greater
effort as I tried to work AK BC AB NL QC midday. Always a fun contest but his one was especially
rewarding to GET the SWEEP under more adverse conditions at the station and on the air. Hopefully a
lot of folks made a SWEEP this year.
 
AK0MR   Contact Moderator
Some Prec. A and B
I have 2 number 8's.
 
K0HC   Contact Moderator
( 1214 * 2 ) * 83 = 201,524
HESSTON COLLEGE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
EIGHT UNLICENSED STUDENT OPS:
GRACE, GRACIE, JESSICA, ELLIE, PAYNE, GAVIN, WYATT, TOM
SWEEP AT 1839Z ON SUNDAY WITH NL7V IN AK
 
K0JJR   Contact Moderator
321  x  2  x  80  =  51360; missed only BC, MB, and NT
 
K0JM   Contact Moderator
A rather stupidly late time of day to start a contest weekend.
 
K0TEA   Contact Moderator
Lots of fun, thanks for all the great sig reports!
 
K1AUS   Contact Moderator
Only had very limited time to work the contest this year. I had a
very low noise level and could hear and copy stations that didn't
move my Smeter off the 0 peg but most stations could not hear me.
Hope for better conditions next year.
 
K1JHS   Contact Moderator
Search and pounce
 
K1MTD   Contact Moderator
I only had one day to contest, but I had a blast!
 
K2DV   Contact Moderator
First contest at the new house.  Antennas are 40 and 20 meters
dioles in inverted V.   What was a flat SWR at one point in the
contest was an infinite SWR at another point!
10hs total operating.
 
K2NNY   Contact Moderator
Nice to be back on after a few years hiatus, thanks for all the kind words.
Used check of 49 in rememberance of W0AIH, way to many "Super Check says..." comments, copy the
exchange!!
 
K2UI   Contact Moderator
SS is the most enjoyable of all the contests.
 
K3CCR   Contact Moderator
K3CCR is the club station at the Collington continuing-care
retirement community at FM 18OW in MD, just east of DC. N3UM and
W3GB did Multi HP in the 2018 SSB SS. I (N3UM) started on 20m.
but sigs were weak and rate BAD, 3 Qs in 15 min. I ran outside
to see if the beam was mispointed. YES, 180 deg. off! A bug in
the Yaesu rotor control?  Flipped the dial pointer, turned the
beam west, worked 3 loud W6/7 mults in 4 min, and then ran for
64 Qs in 62 min. Got 5 of 9 W6 sects on 20 plus AK, NT, and all
but MT in W7 before QSY to 40 m. Whew! Glitch fixed, but it cost
~35 or so Qs. I quit at 0130Z with 157 Qs and 55 sects. W3GB
then did very well on the late shift, 0130-07Z. He got 197 Qs on
80m, 109 of them in a 2-hr run, and 13 Qs on 40m. He worked 25
sects for a total of 367 Qs and 80 sects. A bit before QRT at
07Z he saw one of our two computers go nuts; it changed to the
week-old SS CW log, and jumped our sent QSO number by 46. Too
late to pursue it; he left a note. Sun. about 12Z I found that
all Qs had been logged by the other computer (that’s why we have
two!), and re-booted N1MM+ OK. I got 110 Qs on 40, 65 of them in
a 1-hr. run, 61 Qs on 20m, and the last 3 sects for a sweep; NL
at 1456, ORG at 1500, and AB at 1624Z. Then we both scraped up
Qs, with breaks to eat, till 0237 QRT when rate died. We were
pleased to get 799 Qs, 132.6K points, and a sweep in 22.2 hrs.
BIC despite the glitches. Only once in 5 years did we do better,
23 hrs. and 140.5K in 2016, with an SFI of 77 instead of 68.
 
K3TW   Contact Moderator
"My last section for a Clean Sweep was WFL, less than 50 miles from my QTH!"
 
K4FBI   Contact Moderator
36 Sections
50 QSOs
 
K4QR   Contact Moderator
CLAIMED SCORE 13776 = [(123 x 2) X 56]
OPERATING TIME 17hr 5min 12sec (17:05:12 per N3FJP Sweeps Contest Log)
TOTAL CONTACTS (QSOS) 123
SECTIONS WORKED 56
SECTIONS REMAINING 27
 
K5RX   Contact Moderator
Horrible line noise to my east, so only 170 minutes on the air.
Would have been fewer without the MFJ noise canceler.
 
K5XU   Contact Moderator
Eastern Washington really does exist. But, where was South Florida?
 
K5ZD   Contact Moderator
Happy to find the sweep!  Thanks to VY1AAA and KP2M.
 
K6DF   Contact Moderator
Not as many signals on the bands for this Sweepstakes.
 
K7DLX   Contact Moderator
Rough going. Lots of noise but thanks to the many operators who were so helpful with repeats
 
K7MM   Contact Moderator
I installed a small triband yagi on a push-up mast, completing
the project two hours into the contest on Saturday afternoon.

(a great operator!)
responses?the ?joy? of QRP phone.  (QRP CW is much more fun.)  My
longest CQ run was three stations.  Unlike CW, I could not hold a
frequency and wait for a ?U? station to spot me (and enjoy the
resulting pileup).
Northwest?it?s hard to work the local mults!  I worked very few
stations within 400 miles; no BC, AB, ID, MT, and my own section
EWA.  40 meters and 80 meters were short just before dark, but
all my ?locals? were on 20 meters.  When operators finally came
down to 40 m and 80 m the band propagation was too long for them
to hear me  ?.  Suggestion:  break away from the fray on 20 m to
come scan 40 m and 80 m just before local sunset.
 
K7STO   Contact Moderator
loss power computor crash otherwise great fun
 
K7XC   Contact Moderator
As much as i love SS, I am VERY Glad that's over! With all the
daytime activity squeezed on 20M, finding a remotely clear
frequency is impossible. You tune answering stations while
closely evaluating the pass-band waterfall for any possible place
to call home. Very discouraging while I am running a pileup to
have my spot stolen by W6s and W7s who I can barely hear. It must
obvious someone is there as the pile up is raging! SSB is always
much more difficult than CW as my amp is only a single 3-500Z
running 750W out placing me 3DB down from a full gallon. Still I
promised the club 100K points and here it is. Never heard the KP2
and only VO1HP for just a few moments as I was waking up. When I
got to the rig after my shower he was gone. Managed to keep my
fat old butt in the chair 14 hours to make my promised score off
100K+ before throwing in the towel to relax with dinner and
Sunday Night Football. Station: Flex3000 SDR Xcvr, AL-80B Amp,
80M/40M Dual-band Fan Inv Vee @ 38ft, 3ele 20M Mono-bander @43ft,
3ele 15M Mono-bander @ 30FT, 4ele 10M Mono-bander @ 24ft. See
everyone in the 10M and 160M contests next month! 73s de Tim -
K7XC - DM09jh... sk
 
K8LF   Contact Moderator
SSB is not my favorite contest mode but we will see how we do.
Would like to get as many multi's as I can. Which is my usual
goal in these contests.  Did not get some Canada sections. Why
does Ontario have so many sections now? Did not get GTA NT or SK.
 
K8PK   Contact Moderator
First licensed in 2016
 
K9KE   Contact Moderator
Society of Midwest Contesters
 
K9KM   Contact Moderator
18.14 ARRL SS SSB
 
K9QJS   Contact Moderator
Delighted to work my friend Joe K1JB in Portland, ME
 
KA5YED   Contact Moderator
Can't wait til next year.
 
KB1VUN   Contact Moderator
Better than I expected from the band conditions.
 
KB2MMI   Contact Moderator
great time - good bands!
 
KB6OJE   Contact Moderator
Great Contest, just didn't have enough time available to operate.
 
KC1FD   Contact Moderator
This is a check log, not for competition
 
KC8QDQ   Contact Moderator
had to take my computer over to my friends scott kd8kzg house to put a new power supply in this
computer so i could up load i though i lost my clean sweep thank you scott green
 
KD3TB   Contact Moderator
Interesting Band Conditions at the start with high noise levels
on 20 and 40 meters. 80 meters became the main frequency. Hope
this is not an indication of band conditions at the solar
minimum. 40M finally quieted down at the end of the contest.
Finally a Sweep...First time again since 2009.
 
KD7AKE   Contact Moderator
Yaesu FT-857D 100Watts, G5RV Antenna on 30ft Tower. This is my first contest, and I learned a lot,
however the bands were very noisy. It was difficult at times to make QSO's from stations that were
S9+. I had fun and want to do more contest. I wish to thank N7MZW, Chuck for being an Elmer to me
and helping me learn about contesting and for helping me out with obtaining the N3FJP software. It
helped with not only logging contacts but also what to say and where to find all information needed.
 
KD7DCR   Contact Moderator
1st contest for 3 yr
 
KE0GYC   Contact Moderator
Operating portable in MO
 
KE5LQ   Contact Moderator
2018 ARRL SS PHONE
 
KF5YUB   Contact Moderator
I listened to so many contacts, I am impressed with the turn out for the ARRL
SSB Sweeps. The newly licensed operators made many contacts earning them the
pin and an award for those contacts made. The first contest usually gets the
blood pumping, the excitement and adrenaline right up there for a super fun
event.This was a little challenging due to the long exchange but went very well.
So many statins were super polite helpful and courteous in helping new comer's
and those just wanting to make some contacts. You're stations still made more
than 300 and some over 1000+ logged.

I give applause to those whom took time to explain and help those that needed
help with exchanges, rules, section, etc... that didn't know what the required
exchange was for the ARRL Sweeps. The world is listening and you
showed exemplary status.
I know several people including myself, were unfortunate to SWL or contact
K9YC James W. Brown. He was unbecoming of an "Extra Class" radio operator, to
say the least, poor sportsmanship.
Best I can say, it's a learning experience, and don't be disillusioned. Keep
up your positive attitude and have fun. There are so many good Hams willing to
help. This hobby offers so many fun and exciting adventures. I hope to hear you
on the bands.

73,
 
KG6BXW   Contact Moderator
This is my first time doing any of this and a long list of errors happened.
Please be kind to the folks I worked and give them credit. I'm brand new to all
of this and my dog jumped up on the table with my radio and computer. In the
rush to save everything from the dog and the spilled soda my log book was
ruined. I was entering things partly in QRZ at the time so most of the data was
saved but the rest of the scribbles and such were lost. I don't really care
about my score, I've only been on HF for 2 weeks. But I'm really worried about
the other people who I contacted and I wanted to make sure that they get the
proper credit. They did their part, I messed up mine. I'm really sorry and next
time I'll keep the drinks and dogs away from everything.
 
KI5LR   Contact Moderator
Had a great time.  Looking forward to next year.
 
KI6UJH   Contact Moderator
I was operating portable at Round Valley East Bay Regional Park, running an
ic-7100 at 90 watts with a 1/4 wave vertical Buddipole antenna.
 
KJ4KKD   Contact Moderator
Bad conditions....still fun
 
KJ9C   Contact Moderator
ho hum... certainly a lot of MDC on
 
KK4BZ   Contact Moderator
power=80 W, grid=FM18eu, antenna=dipole, equipment=TS570S,
comment=antenna is G5RV at 10 m in trees, Thanks for the fun!
 
KK6RAO   Contact Moderator
Working under Control Operator KK6QXQ
 
KK7AC   Contact Moderator
MISSED NL. DID NOT HEAR OR SEE HIM.
 
KK7VL   Contact Moderator
RADIO IS A STOCK YAESU FT-817ND.
MAXIMUM POWER OUT WAS 3 1/2 WATTS.
 
KM4HVE   Contact Moderator
Unfortunately, I didn't have allot of time to put into the contest this year.
 
KN9W   Contact Moderator
First solo SS,  meager station,  limited time, had a BLAST!
 
KS7T   Contact Moderator
Wow, both the CW and SSB weekends produced needle benders on 20
all over the band when during the week SFI so low hardly hear
anything. There were even some big east coast sigs on 75 heard
here in MT. but on 40 KH7XS was often the only stn on the band
and way over s9!
 
KU4FX   Contact Moderator
TB-WIRES
 
KW8N   Contact Moderator
I HAD LIMITED TIME SO WENT ALL OUT FOR THE FIRST FOUR HOURS TO SEE HOW WELL I COULD KEEP UP.
THINGS WERE GOING WELL, WISH I COULD HAVE STUCK WITH IT.
 
N0RQV   Contact Moderator
Oops, I skipped over, and did not use, my serial # 55.  Second W2RQ does not count.
 
N1CEO   Contact Moderator
MY FIRST ARRL NOVEMBER SWEEPSTAKES
 
N1NQD   Contact Moderator
Please note-I ran less than 150 watts (LOW POWER 'A" for the
contest (actually kept below 145w to be safe), but mistakenly
sent "B" in my exchange.  Halfway through the contest I realized
my mistake, but continued with "B" to avoid problems.  Hoping to
lessen the confusion.  Thanks-N1NQD
 
N1YKH   Contact Moderator
GREAT TO HEAR ALL THE STATIONS ON IN AREAS WERE FIRE AND HURRICANES AFFECTED LIVES.
 
N3DPB   Contact Moderator
WHAT A RIDE
 
N3PJA   Contact Moderator
N3PJA
 
N4BP   Contact Moderator
2018 ARRL Sweepstakes SSB
 
N4PN   Contact Moderator
WISH ALL STATIONS WOULD USE LP. WOULD MAKE THINGS A LOT EASIER. HARD
TO HOLD A FREQUENCY. SEEMS AS SOME HEAR THE "A" THEY MOVE RIGHT IN.
NEVER THOUGHT ONE WOULD NEED 1500W AND STACKS TO WORK USA/CANADA.
STILL GREAT FUN AND PLENTY OF ACTIVITY.
 
N4SOX   Contact Moderator
Check Log only == I wasn't planning to compete but did take a few minutes to
check the bands and see what I could work with 5 watts and an Alex Loop. It got
me into South Texas from Mid-TN.
 
N5KAE   Contact Moderator
ONN and WNY:  Unobtanium !!!
 
N6ACL   Contact Moderator
GREAT CONTEST. IT IS SO MUCH FUN WITH YOUR HAM HUSBAND AS YOUR LOGGER
 
N6HI   Contact Moderator
Ran QRP, ONE HALF WATT to a 20 Foot End Fed Wire.
Band conditions were better than I expected, but this
was a very short part-time effort for me this year, just
for fun and to grab just a few quick points for the club.
THANKS to all for your patience.
GO ARIZONA OUTLAWS!  73 John N6HI
 
N6ZE   Contact Moderator
Usual complaints: limited operating time & clock did not work properly! Ops on
20/40/75m only
 
N7AME   Contact Moderator
The band was changing even during the contacts - really weird.
 
N7MZW   Contact Moderator
IC-706MKIIG,Heil Pro Micro Headset,Vectronics HFT-1500 Manual Tuner,and a ZS6BKW Flattop,up 50
feet,running N-S at 6,053 feet elevation from DN-71 grid in  Laramie Co. Wyoming.Tough going in this
one for sure! I could not find a hole to run on 20 at the start. No Ten Meter stations heard,and
only a handful heard  on 15 Meters.Not sure if the Unlimited Category really helped me much. I did
find a few mults faster,but I think that they would have come to me any way when  I was running. A
lot of the spots that I clicked on were too weak to hear anyway.I had several Ops start CQing in my
face after parking half a Kc above or  below me. This is a new and disturbing trend for sure. Heard
a few YL's, but we need many more in radio sport! Nice to work a few of my GMCC Club members,  
including K0UK,N0TA,W0ETT,and N0OJ. Hoping that this will be my fifth SS Low Power win in a row for
the Rocky Mt. Division,including a Quest Op slot at the  shack of my my good friend N7NKD back in
2015. Another "100 Watts and a Wire" Adventure is in the books for November Seven Many Zebras
Walking, from his
"Caught 'Em On A Corn Dog Station".Thanks for the contacts,and your patience during the frequent
"fill" requests. 73 to all. I LOVE SWEEPS!
 
N7NKD/7   Contact Moderator
Operated low power single from my vacation home in Casa Grande, AZ, using ICOM 7100 and MFJ
VersaTuner III to a flagpole antenna with several of the radials connected to the swimming pool
rebar.  I was encouraged to try from here by my good friend, N7MZW.  I had a good time.  Had the
pleasure of meeting another ham from Casa Grande, N7GP.
 
N8OQ   Contact Moderator
Tinnitus stopped me...
 
N8URE   Contact Moderator
This was the first time working SSB with my QRP setup, and I was pleasantly
surprised by the results. I was also happy to hear some of the people I normally
work in RTTY contests.
 
N9BT   Contact Moderator
Sent the wrong precedence for the whole contest.  Should have been "U", was sending "A".
 
N9CO   Contact Moderator
A few qso's to help the club score.
 
N9UPG   Contact Moderator
Old Timer still likes contests!
 
ND0C   Contact Moderator
Missed the sweep but had fun.  80 was good on Sunday.
 
NF1L   Contact Moderator
End fed wire worked great
 
NN2L   Contact Moderator
Excellent contest as always!
 
NN7SS   Contact Moderator
Just one hour at the start.
A few signals on 15m.
Too many signals on 20m, but nice to work some familiar calls.

NN7SS Burt WA (K6UFO op)

15m, 20m: GXP 3 element yagi at 72 feet
Elecraft K3 turned down to 5 watts
K3/0-Mini control head, RemoteHamRadio.com
Writelog
 
NS7U   Contact Moderator
Contest was fun, and I worked several states on new bands.
 
NT4Z   Contact Moderator
Fun contest but alot of information to make a contact.  This is not my favorite contest.
 
NX3P   Contact Moderator
Craig WJ6A and I had a great time working the Sweepstakes this year.  We ran IC-7300 and elevated
wire antenna in tree.  Our goal was not max score, but maximum sections.  We managed 75/83.  Looking
forward to 2019.  73 Stan NX3P
 
VA3MW   Contact Moderator
Flex 6600 remote RF-Kit B26 Amp
 
VA3SB   Contact Moderator
Not much time to operate due to family commitments. Had fun
during the short time that I operated. Thanks for all the QSO's.
See you in the next one. 73 Serge VA3SB
 
VE2EZD   Contact Moderator
FT-950. AL-811H, AT2K, 40m delta-loop, 80m dipole, Heil Proset
 
VE3EL   Contact Moderator
First Sweepstakes Contest inb 14 Yrs.!  It was fantastic!
 
VE7BGP   Contact Moderator
I had a lot of fun Sunday driving in this years SS contest. I
just used my FT-897D this year.
 
VE9UNB   Contact Moderator
The operators were Brandon VE9BWB, Brent VE9EX, Keming VE9KO
and Tram.  There were two observations about Saturday night
propagation.  First, there was an amusing string of five QSOs on
80 m with MDC.  Second, propagation on 40 m improved within an
hour of midnight local time.  We had 81 QSOs with 44 sections
using 4 operators over 24 hours.  This year, we picked up no
new sections.  From 2013 to 2018, we have not had QSOs with the
sections AR, NT, OK and WPA.  For the second year, we had a QSO
with KH7XS on 15 m.  In 2016 and 2017, it rained.  This year,
the sky was clear and the roof was covered in snow.
 
W0JMW   Contact Moderator
My first November Sweepstakes. It was fun!
 
W1DYJ   Contact Moderator
40/80M fan dipole under "repair"
 
W1QK   Contact Moderator
Thank you for sponsoring the contest.
 
W2DLT   Contact Moderator
FRANKFORD RADIO CLUB
 
W2GPS   Contact Moderator
Rig
Elecraft K3, P3, KPA1500
Antennas
SteppIR DB-18 @ 70 feet

80M dipole

Hi-Z 3-element steerable vertical Rx array
 
W3BC   Contact Moderator
My town installed their new LED holiday street lights just in time to QRM
the Sweepstakes. I did what I could given the S9+ power line hash!
 
W5JPW   Contact Moderator
I returned to the Sweepstakes after more tan 40 years. I had lots of fun
hearing 40 and 20 with lots of stations, even with the low sunspot count.
 
W6ATV   Contact Moderator
Sunday morning, the logging computer was dead, Good thing I had a spare power supply in my junkbox.
 
W6GL   Contact Moderator
Dedicating this phone (and prev CWSS) logs to the shell-shocked, then fire-affected
neighbors and friends of my wonderful community of Thousand Oaks and Newbury
Park,CA including those surrounding communities of Camarillo, Moorpark, Simi
Valley, which are located in the Santa Barbara Section. Also to friends and neighbors  on the LAX
side in my former QTHs of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village, merging next  door from Oak Park then
to the Pacific Ocean at Malibu. My heart is with these all,  particularly those who lost more than
everything.
 
W6UE   Contact Moderator
This is a SCHOOL entry, even though we sent M as our precedence.
W6UE is back on the air! Our Caltech team included one undergrad and one
grad student, one community member and three staff members. Most of the
team were completely new to HF and contesting. Everyone got microphone
time and appeared to really enjoy the experience. Most of the group was
able to come back Sunday for more fun. I stayed up late Saturday on 40
slowly pulling stations out of the noise as their signals rode the QSB.
We have one antenna, an A3S/40 @90' fixed at 70 degrees. We heard
all sections but NL and missed SCV, SJV, NT, ONS. When we get a wire
up for 75/80 and connect the A3 rotator next year's sweep possibilities
will be better. What a joy to share my passion for HF and contesting with
other hams on campus! Thanks for the QSOs. David N6AN for CITARC
 
W8RJL   Contact Moderator
100 watts and wires
 
WA1BXY   Contact Moderator
2/3
 
WA2ALY   Contact Moderator
orion 2, 238c, kt34a, inv l
 
WA3EKL   Contact Moderator
WE HAD A LOT OF FUN
 
WA3HGW   Contact Moderator
Tri-band beam failed and 40/80 meter dipole shorted part way through the contest but had fun anwway.
Murphey's Law can't take away all the fun!
 
WA6EEM   Contact Moderator
First SSB SS.  Had fun.
 
WA6KHK   Contact Moderator
Had equipment problems all weekend(short I have to find and RF).  I gave up and packed it in for the
day.  Almost got a sweep though;needed NL.
 
WA8Y   Contact Moderator
operated remotely, Family 1st, Contest 2nd
 
WA9YI   Contact Moderator
First time working SS for more than a couple of hours.  100 watts and a wire in
the trees, paper log only.  Was surprised to have worked 65 sections though I
was trying by memory to work as many new sections as possible.  Enjoyed a QSO
with an IA ham, I said "my home state," and when I gave him IN, he said, "MY
home state."  Glad there is time for brief pleasantries such as this.
 
WB2KHE   Contact Moderator
Happy to be back on after missing last year due to equipment problems. Time to make this borrowed
rig (ICOM IC-746PRO) the successor!
 
WB2RIS   Contact Moderator
Operating in grid FM13
 
WB8REI   Contact Moderator
What a great contest! Enjoy it every year!
 
WB9BWP   Contact Moderator
If only conditions were better
 
WB9LRK   Contact Moderator
FUN FUN FUN
 
WD0BGZ   Contact Moderator
Operated single band 80-meters, Yaesu FT-950, 80-meter Dipole at 30-feet
 
WJ4HCP   Contact Moderator
ARRL Sweepstakes PH November 2018
 
WN3N   Contact Moderator
See everyone again next year
 
WO3X   Contact Moderator
I got more than half of the sections even though I was on a total of only 6
hours.
 
WR4I   Contact Moderator
missed 6 but able to snag VY1 on 40m!