This post: sketches out some technical info on getting to W4V/HB-021 for for other SOTAn planning. explains the difficulty rating … Continue reading ‘Cause the Extra Hike is Worth it: Trayfoot Mtn, W4V/HB-021
This post: Introduces the effect of the x8.2 solar flare on my first attempt to activate W4V/SH-013 on September 10, … Continue reading Solar Flares and Second Chances: W4V/SH-013, /SH-017, /SH-026
This post: Introduces my LX-016 and LX-028 activations. Gives some technical summit info for other SOTAn planning. Offers a few … Continue reading Two house(hold)s, both alike in dignity: W4V/LX-016, W4V/LX-028
Only four of the seventy-four summits in the Lexington Region of W4V have been activated, three of them only once … Continue reading A Hidden Corner of W4V: LX-001, LX-004, LX-005
W4V/HB-002, W4V/HB-003, W4V/HB-004, and W4V/HB-006 are four ten-point summits in proximity to one another in the George Washington National Forest (Rockingham Co., Virginia). … Continue reading The Rockingham Four: W4V/HB-002, 003, 004, & 006.
This past week I activated six summits in W8V/PH, namely, 003, 006, 009, 010, 013, and 018. All are in the … Continue reading W8V/PH : Mud, Nettles, Owls, and Six Summits
A biennial summer school gig gets me out to Denver regularly, and I make sure to work in a few … Continue reading A Mile High in W0C (or 2.7 mi. high, to be exact)