Was this a #hamr weekend where DX populated one's database, other's scored a new DXCC entity, and a few traditional QSL cards went into the mail? I listened for and heard T31A however listening is half the equation. The other half is logging the team on Central Kiribati.
I totally dig the challenge of my antenna system saddled between our condo units with its poorly situated feed point. The BBARC crew of DX fanatics living in the Five Cities logged T31A on several bands and bagged a few DX Qs on ten meters as well. Time of day doesn't matter because it's all about the new one in the log.
I filled out a few traditional cards continuing my 5Band WAS pursuit and waiting for the first 50 WAS certificate. Lastly, I was honored to fill out JA1OYD's first Q confirmation and my card is on the way to Japan.
Ham radio can be shackadelic.