W6/NS-223 (Pinoli Ridge) logbook page 1. I worked only the low bands that evening (Sorry Rich, I didn't get your E-mail requesting 20m until after I got home). The 80m QSOs and the one with Skip K6DGW on 160m were SOTA firsts for me on those bands. One of the wires inside the balun seems to have broken loose and by the time I worked Skip on 160m the balun was in very-very bad shape. I could only manage an SWR of something like 6 or 7 to 1 after much jiggling. When I tested the antenna at home before the trip, the KX3 ATU had tuned the balun/antenna to about 1.2:1 on 160m. I went QRT, ate dinner and hit the sack after working Skip.