..The Idaho QSO Party extends over the Daylight Savings Time Jump.
presuming your using a computer logging program,  you probably need to take steps to insure your
computer doesn't  jump an hour into the future and scramble the brains of your logging program.
This is especially true for Idaho stations with lots of contacts in their logs.

if you are using  windows XP
double click on the clock,  lower right corner ,  go to the "Time Zone" tab,
then un-click the "Automatically adjust........" box.
Now go to the  "Internet Time" tab,  un-click the "Automatic Synchronize......"
These two steps should stop your computer from jumping an hour and messing up your log.

Windows 7
Click on the clock , lower right,  select "Change date and time settings..."
select "change time zone..."    UNSELECT "Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Savings Time"    click OK
make sure the clock is the correct time.   Now go to the Internet Time tab,  click "change settings"  UNSELECT "Synchronize ....."
now make sure your logger knows the correct GMT time. 

Windows 10
right click on the time and date ,  right end of taskbar. Click "adjust date/time"
now this is a guess,  switch OFF "set time automatically. and 'Adjust for daylight savings". 

Windows 11, only God and Bill Gates know's how to do this  HI  good luck

TEST your Logger,  make sure your computer clock is correct ,   Make up a call and log it, make sure the UTC time showing in your log is correct.
if not , its probably some setting in your log software, like the UTC offset ?? TEST IT  

If you operate Saturday and come back Sunday morning, you need to  TEST it again
 what time does your logging programs thinks it is  !!     . make sure the UTC is correct.

    click here for the exact UTC/GMT time

 GREAT SCOTT,,    my hair's a mess, and so is my log !!  that dreaded DST did me in ??