I had the pleasure of working one of the QRP legends a few moments ago. I was monitoring 28.060 MHz as I often do and I heard some weak signal calling CQ and the /QRP stood out like a sore thumb.
On careful listening I could make out that it was George Burt GM3OXX/QRP
I called him on QRP and was surprised that he immediately came back to my call. I gave him a 559, but in all honesty he was more like a 339 with QSB.
I then checked him out on Google and QRZ and was pretty chuffed to find that he is one of the great QRP pioneers.
Not sure what power he was using. I will review the recording I made; maybe it will reveal more info.
Who said QRP is for the birds?
73, Pierre ZS6A