This was not a radio trip, though I did see some antennas of course. A car parked next to me at the St Francis Xavier University in Antigonish with various whips, bases and an FT-857 on the dash. But that was it radio wise, apart from the brilliant satellite radio in the hire car. We do not go in for that in Europe much.
We did see a bear, which was unusual. You do not come across many bears around here. There have been calls to reintroduce bears and wolves to Scotland, but so far only some bird species and beavers have been officially returned to our habitat. Having seen a bear close up in the wild now, I think we might be able to do without them.
Moving on, yesterday was a day of solid operation on 10m and 6m WSPR. Total results for the day were:-
Two stations heard on 10m, not very strong or even very far away, and zero on 6m. Nobody heard me, on any band, all day. There was raised solar activity which knocked HF back, there was also some Polar Es which missed me, TF3ML/P was heard on 2m meteor scatter but not worked, and the resultant aurora was at 04:00 and affected ... Canada.
Still, things may improve.