First, I did not work him, unfortunately. But I did hear him on 28038 KHz calling CQ. First I thought it was Japan, no alarm bells were ringing. But when I looked at I saw it was Mongolia, so I fired up the rig for transmitting, but then his signal was gone. Yes, that happens on 10 meter band often.

I made a short documentary about a boy who knows a lot about mills. So I followed him with my camera and made this film. The mill is a watermill from 1896. Still on duty to keep our feet dry.

Now my set is tuned on 10m for WSPR.

Results on 10m

Paul Stam, PC4T, is a regular contributor to and writes from the Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

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