|Last day of activity|
Hello everybody! Happy Easter!
In Ethiopia there is an Easter festival called Fassika. This celebrates the rising of Jesus after his crucifixion. On Palm Sunday, Ethiopians wear headbands made of palm leaves in remembrance of the palm leaves on Jesus’ path. During the Easter service, Ethiopians wear yabesha libs, which are traditional white clothes. They also eat Dabo, which is sourdough bread. The bread is cut on Easter morning after a prayer is said by the main man of the house or a priest.
So, what about our activity in the air?
We will QRV today until evening meeting, then will continue for the last night shift ( start probably from 18 UTC). We will check TOP band for JA around 19.30-20.00 z. Then will wait for NA (especially for westcoast) on 17/20 meters.
Hope good condx will enjoy us.
Tomorrow morning we gonna QRT and will start to disassemble our antennas and prepair to fly home.
See you on the air!