Page lookups begin September 16, 2011 from my Kasilof qth.
I am qrt from June 1st through September 15th each year for my summer salmon fishing.
I am a CQ Awards Checkpoint in Alaska.
I am the qsl manager for VK0TH. Log search and information listed below. VK0TH total log: 14,830 LoTW matches: 9335
No IRC's please. My local post office is a very small rural office and will not accept them anymore. They told me I could try Anchorage, a 3.5 hour drive one way. I do not go to Anchorage.
LoTW: Uploads daily. PayPal: Answered same day I receive them. Direct: Answered same day I receive them. Buro: I do not answer buro cards anymore, see below in red. eQSL: I do not use eQSL but upload as a courtesy for those who do. I am AG. My cards are printed by UX5UO because his service is excellent. PayPal is via my email address firstname.lastname@example.org and sent same day, even during my summer. Please list the qso details and shipping address if it is different than your QRZ page. SWL's please list 3 stations I work. Just listing a cluster spot will not work for me as I check them.
Emphasis added for direct qsls: Insufficient return postage will result in returning the qsl via the buro. I will qsl those direct cards via the buro in May of each year. I do not answer incoming buro cards anymore because of the high cost ($12.00 USD per pound) of the ARRL out going buro system for USA amateurs. Unless it is a new band/mode slot for me.
My station is located on the banks of the Kasilof River on the Kenai Peninsula south of Soldotna.
WL7E & Sandy, my YL
I now have real time Club Log running via Win-Test and N1MM.
For those still needing a paper card, I have cards on hand. If you have any questions and believe you are in the log, please feel free to email me and I will do the research necessary.
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