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For the most part, we (W6G)will be operating from the Historic Pioneers Museum(see the picture on the front of

the QSL card) in Flagstaff, Arizona during the day time open hours and then head to our own QTH to continue at night.

This year, 2014, again, there is a NEW SET OF W6G-W6T-W6S QSL CARDS

offered by the members of the Northern Arizona DX Assn, thanks to the creative work of

David Schaubert, NJ0W .

Each of these cards, when lined up next to each other, will make a frameable RT 66 map of each

area, including some famous landmarks photos. Be sure to get all 3 seperate QSL cards in 2014 as they also

have one long continuous set of signs, similar to Burma Shave signs, that tie all three together!!

Work each of these 3 seperate stations in Arizona and send "each" of these different QSL mgrs. an S.A.S.E. or $2 and receive 3 seperate QSL cards.

Don't send one SASE and expect to get all 3 cards!! You must work all 3 & QSL to all 3 with 3 seperate SASEs.. NO SASE-NO QSL!!! DX entities send $2 USD

Have fun and get your KIcks on Route 66



W6G Route 66 QSL Manager

For 10+years we have used the W6G call during the annual Route 66 September event.

Jack Lunsford

P O Box 3840







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