As western Washington prepares for a nasty storm most of the Asian DX seemed to 
have skipped town early, with only a few big gun TP's sticking around in the 
steady rain. 594-JOAK (fair), 693-JOAB (poor), 747-JOIB (fair), 972-HLCA (good) 
and 1566-HLAZ (fair) were in and out of the noise during a lackluster session, 
peaking around 1355 here. Unlike the past couple of days 657-Pyongyang and its 
wacky programming stayed down in the noise, like all of the other second tier 
Asians. There was also a strong carrier on 738 rom the DU direction just after 
1400, but not enough audio to determine whether it was Tahiti (99% chance) or 
2NR (1% chance). Overall the session was just as dreary as the grayish, 
foreboding weather. 

73 and Good DX, 
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA) 
7.5" loopstick C.Crane Skywave Ultralight + 
15" FSL antenna 

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