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10 meter is very quiet?

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Looks pretty Open right now...This is SSB/CW listings @15:30z
Tongue-in-cheek when posting this thread. Thought 10m could use a place.
So let the mudbug roasting begin..........
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I'm really amazed at how dead 10 and 12 meters are when 11 is hopping like crazy.I hear some 10 & 12 stations but not like the hundreds or more 11 meter stations. I can't figure why hams don't make more use of those frequencies when conditions are so good.
only time seems 10 meters is busy is during contest time.
nobody talks on radios,must be skeert of em
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Yesterday was fairly good on 10m.

Logged in on QRZ.com a mobile in California. Then Mexico, Spain, France, Trinidad & Tobago.

Crawdad and I “tag teamed” them and worked some of the same stations. That was pretty cool with me being in NC and Crawdad in Kentucky.

Also loud and clear heard one station from Croatia and one from Slovenia. Couldn’t make the trip back to them.

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