[amsat-bb] W1AW/0 MN Medallions
nss at mwt.net
Mon Jun 8 22:57:52 UTC 2015
I got mine today too for activating Wisconsin.
But it's missing one of the small screws and acorn nuts. Who can I
contact to get them?
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 6/8/2015 5:17 PM, Paul Stoetzer wrote:
> Mine arrived today for activating W1AW/3 in DC.
> I had a ton of fun during that week - making 125 satellite QSOs and
> somewhere around 1,000 HF QSOs from W3DQ's station here in DC. I've
> never had the experience of calling CQ and having the world come back
> to me after just a couple of calls. It was an experience I'll probably
> only be able to replicate if I go on a DXpedition someday.
> Thanks to the ARRL for the nice memento of that week!
> Paul, N8HM
> On Sat, May 30, 2015 at 9:05 PM, Rolf Krogstad <rolf.krogstad at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Today I got a surprise in the mail.
>> The ARRL sent me two commemorative medallions mounted in a plexiglass
>> display which is engraved "NR0T was W1AW/MN"
>> Very sharp looking addition to the shack.
>> I worked only Satellite QSOs on both of the Minnesota weeks.
>> It is a beautiful commemorative gift and caught me totally by surprised.
>> Thank you ARRL!
>> Rolf NR0T
>> grid = EN34it
>> Memeber of the following organizations:
>> ARRL Life Memeber
>> Minnesota Wireless Association
>> Twin Cities DX Association
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