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Portable Operation:

08/20/2017 to 8/22/2017 - Worked remotely: K7LFY/0 - Elizabeth, CO - Elbert County - DM79rn (QTH: K7SCX) FT8 only.

 

HRDLog.net QSOs worked:

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I have finished going through my Buro QSLs and I believe I have responded to all of them where a QSL was requested.  If you still need a paper QSL from me please eMail me and I will be happy to send you a paper QSL. 

All my QSOs are now in LoTW, eQSL(AG) and Club Log and HRDLog.

73

K7LFY Bob

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Thanks for dropping by my QRZ page! was fortunate in finishing a 1W WAS on both JT65 and JT9 last year.

I am slowly assembling a station now to run from 10 mW to 100 mW ERP accurately to see what I can do with less than 1 Watt.  So if you see me in the waterfall and we have already worked - feel free to work me again because I might be running QRPp.  TNX

I have had the good fortune to have nearly completed a WAS on 160-10 multi-modes with the help of hundreds of dedicated hams - Thanks! I am still working on some bands and some modes but nearing completion - 90% or so.  It will probably take several more years to finish it out. 2000 confirmed QSOs are needed.

The incomplete list below is to recognize other hams who have shown dogged dedication to the ham spirit and helped me in my hamming goals on CW, JT65, JT9, RTTY, and SSB. TNX!

WA2HIP, K2GT, AK7O, W5LE, KL2DV, KH6LC, K0STK, K7SCX, KA7HUO, KH6OO, W7MEM, N7MPY, N1EEV, AK4JA, AA7IX, W0TUP, KA1ERL, WW1ME, N4UPX, K0JV, W1ZK, WA7AG, N2LD, WA3QHJ, N0AIE, KG7H, AA7IX, AL9A, WA7LNW, N1UVK, KJ3N ...............these are just a few of the hams who have given me 1790 of the 2000 QSOs  needed for a 10 band multi-mode WAS plus two 1W ERP QRPp JT WAS's. One on JT65 and one on JT9.

Been hard at it for the last 3 years. 190  State-band QSOs to go and counting....1810 confirmed.

CU ON THE AIR!

TNX es 73

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I have used paper cards (and still do occasionally) and have sent tens of thousands of them various ways for decades (55 years now) and then along came better systems. I started using them and have never been sorry I did.

You should start using the electronic QSL systems too if you don't already. Here is why:

Ham radio is not just about you! It is also about supporting and helping others obtain their goals so they can also enjoy the great hobby we have.

 SO! Please use LoTW - it is fast easy and free! Some hams use eQSL so if you want to support their ham goals you should use eQSL also!

I have been a ham since 1960. I operate 160 - 2 mostly CW in the past but now also SSB, RTTY, JT65 and JT9 as well as  some DM780 digtal modes. Chasing DX, and WAS's and contesting are probably my favorite ham things. I find HELL and some of the other digital modes fun and different. I try to work Feld Hell contests for kicks. If you haven't tried consider giving it a shot for some different fun.

I personally only use the electronic QSLing processes unless specifically asked to send a paper QSL . I usually upload to LoTW and eQSL almost immediately. RTTY and contestes take a day or so to transfer logs from N1MM to HRDLog.

When you see your CALL above our QSO is already in eQSL(AG) and LoTW and HRDLog.

If you send me a paper QSL DIRECT- I will send you back a paper QSL DIRECT by return mail.

73

Bob

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