KB7Q/0 IOWA - Day 1

The antennas set up in N0YY's front yard looking south.
Europe is in strong, but very fast Faraday rotation.

I got to take over the kitchen table for the station. Everything runs off a single 120 vac outlet, so the power is around 800 watts maximum.
A very good start for the Iowa trip. We arrived mid-afternoon and in about 2 hours had the station ready to go thanks to N0YY's help. Four stations made their 50th State for the W.A.S. award during this moon pass. How nice is that?! Conditions were generally pretty good, but Mr. Faraday was spinning wildly at times. The lunar eclipse was an extra special treat - Yes, we did have a "blood moon" here, but the world didn't end, my amp didn't even blow up. LOL.

Worked:
I2FAK, UX0FF (WAS), UY0LL, PE1L, DF2ZC, UR7DWW, OZ1LPR, OE3NFC, UA3PTW, PA1GYS, ES6RQ, S52LM, ON4AOI (WAS), YU7AA, ES3RF, EA8TJ, SN5CUI, SM7GVF, UT5ZN/P, F6HVK (WAS), HA8CE, DL8FBD, DL8MAI, XE2AT (WAS), UW8SM, F5AQX, W2DBL, W1PV, RX1AS, OH6UW, EA8DBM, DK5SO, DG1VL, EA4CYQ, PA0JMV, DJ2TX, K7MAC, DK3WG, K9MRI, K5DOG, N0IRS, DK3XT, W7GJ, VE2JWH, N5TM, W7MEM, N7NW, WA7BBS, N0KE, KD7UO, KK6FAH, ZL2ADU, NT0V, K6EME.