rear: Klaus (DC4NA), Lothar (DH1LM), Udo (DG2BCI), Arold (DD1EY),
Frank (DO1FSP), Rüdiger (DO1ERS)
midle: Günni (DL9BCP), Antje (swl), MC (swl), Kerstin (DO7VAY),
Triple leg (*)
tent 2 (Jurte 1)
2. new DXCC's
During the weekend we got a very heavy and
disastrous thunderstorm with lightning, storm squalls and strong rain
showers. One of our Jurte (big scout tent) was felled
within a second, and we lost the complete CW-logbook - but nobody was
Lothar (DH1LM) is mounting the
on top of a 10m tower, in front Jurte n°1 (big scout tent)
Antenna and shack of the 23cm-station
In front parabol for 23cm, then 3-ele for 6m, 17-ele Yagi for
2m, above 70cm. In the background 3-ele-beam.
Left the 3-ele-beam, right tower with 2m- and 70cm-yagi
Left: Triple Leg for
40m (Groundplane), beside Double-zeppelin,
Right: A view up to the vertical (in all about 21m high)
41,50m long, spanned from the top of the flagg
Fire - of course lighted at a regular fire place - will be seen on an
island critical ever.
So we have been visited by a delegation of the islands fire brigade, in
order to see what had happened
During the week-end there was a heavy storm with thunderstorm,
gusts and strong showers (the drops fell horizontally - honestly).
the fishing trawlers searched protection in the harbour of Havneby.
Sylt a camper died under his camper, in Skaerbeck the tents of the
Viking's camp flew away.
With us a storm gust snapped the wooden side
seaweeds of the Jurte near the 3ele-beam. In the fraction of one second
the whole tent on the ground and buried the CW radio station under
Luckily nobody came to damage and the transceivers could go -
after they had dried in the oven - again to work.
The only loss
which it was a matter to deplore was the CW logbook... remained in the