Apparently motivated by "Cliffhanger DXing" at the Rockwork 4 ocean cliff DXing 
this July, our Japanese DXpedition partners Hiroo Nakagawa and Satoshi Miyauchi 
are currently conducting a Japanese version of wild ocean cliff MW-DXing at 
Cape Taitosaki in Chiba prefecture (on Japan's east coast). Of course their 
primary targets aren't likely to be the North American big guns, but exotic 
Central, South American and Pacific MW-DX. 

Our Japanese DXpedition partners seem to be fascinated by Nick's excellent 
comparison of the relative DU-DXing results at the sea-level beach of Nehalem 
Bay Vs. those of the nearby Rockwork 4 ocean cliff on July 11th (a study which 
doesn't seem to have been published yet among the general MW-DXing community). 
The Japanese have been so impressed by these superior ocean cliff results that 
they have asked Nick for permission to share the article in their club 
bulletins, and possibly translate it into Japanese. 

73, Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA) 

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