The wonderful Aurora Borealis is sending it’s dancing lights across the skies, and the stars are shining bright on the first night of my World Wide Flora & Fauna expedition in Arctic Norway. I started the hike in WWFF LAFF-0175, and ended up in WWFF LAFF-0153 five days later. I was able to activate WWFF LAFF-0174, LAFF-0175, LAFF-0024 and LAFF-0153 with a total of 326 qso’s. The propagation was quite good the whole trip, and my Buddistick multiband vertical antenna was doing a great job and so did my Elecraft KX3 transceiver. There was many chasers who was able to work me from every WWFF LAFF area, and I would like to thank every one of you for this great experience and your patience.
Wonderful fall colors, and a great campsite in WWFF LAFF-0024.
Cw was the preferred mode on this WWFF expedition.
The campfire provides light and warmth, and some relaxing nighthours.