[amsat-bb] Re: QSLs for my recent demonstrations and trips...
n3tl at bellsouth.net
Thu Apr 2 05:20:16 PDT 2009
Thanks for the update, and thanks for all of your efforts to activate grids from all over the desert southwest.
I haven't done this nearly as much as you, but I know that it takes planning and some work to accomplish. It's a lot of fun to work a pass from (1) a fairly nonactive grid or (2) a grid or state folks need, but the fun doesn't mitigate the effort involved.
Thank you again for your regular trips. I appreciate them very much.
73 to all,
Tim - N3TL
Athens, Ga. - EM84ha
-------------- Original message from "Patrick STODDARD (WD9EWK/VA7EWK)" <amsat-bb at wd9ewk.net>: --------------
> After some delay, I have printed and started sending out QSL cards
> for all of my recent demonstrations and presentations:
> 17-23 February 2009: Yuma AZ hamfest, XE2/WD9EWK from Baja
> California, and assorted stops in DM22 and DM32 around
> this time.
> 14 March 2009: Scottsdale AZ hamfest
> 20 March 2009: ThunderBird Amateur Radio Club (Glendale AZ) demo
> 21-22 March 2009: day-trip to DM35/DM45 in northern Arizona
> I spent a little more time designing QSLs for two of the locations
> I operated from in Mexicali (Baja California) in February, and
> needed time to get all the cards printed. Anyone who sent me a QSL
> for any of these events will have an envelope going to the post
> office tomorrow, and more cards will go out over the next few days.
> Again, if anyone worked me during any of these events and wants to
> receive a QSL card, please send me an e-mail directly with the QSO
> details. If you're in the log, you'll get a card. For some QSOs,
> I may include an SASE so I can get your QSL card - I'm starting
> to work toward a VUCC from Baja California.
> Patrick WD9EWK/VA7EWK
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