Santa will have to search for snow in most parts of the country. I
could get some by Wednesday but it won't last long. Even Ken in Fargo,
ND reports mild winter winter weather. Steve, in Georgia, is having
weather much like mine: mild, gray, and very wet. The river in the sky
is coming from near Hawaii. Once the weather starts coming from the
Gulf of Alaska I'll need a lot more wood in the house.
Propagation was pretty good. Some band noise and a variety of QSB.
I switched between antennas for the best signal. Almost everyone had
some indoor project in the works. I bought some restaurant quality pots
and pans a few months ago so I am learning how to cook with them. It is
a very different experience.
A few electronic projects were reported too as were a few antenna
murmurings. The weather needs to be just right for most of us to get
out the chainsaw and test a new model. If I build an E or F class
rocket I could use it to string the leader lines to pull long antennas
through the trees. The rockets would let me aim more accurately as long
as I find a windless and wet day to try it.