We decided to get an early start to beat the afternoon storms that are comng earlier everyday. We ate breakfast on the trail and took a nice break to enjoy the views. While this is not a long hike it does get a little steep in places and total elevation gain is about 800 feet or so.
|Summit in view|
|KC0YQF, Lynn, working the SSB pileup|
I was able to snag Guy, N7UN using callsign NS0TA on W0C/PR-031 while he was running a CW pileup then I moved up in freq clear from him to start our CW portion of this activation. I worked the following stations:
NS0TA Summit to Summit
Unfortunately I had about 20 minutes of video I wanted to use that I was unable to use due to technical issues. In other words I thought I was recording but actually wasn't. At over 10,000 feet in altitude my brain cannot process all the gadgets beeping at me so I am sure I missed a beep and was not recording.
I highly recommend this summit because there is never anyone else on it but that being said someone decided to post their underwear for all to see, for some reason.
|Not sure why someone would want to fly their skivvies (someone in the Navy perhaps)|
Here is a video of our activation: