A pile of QSL cards
Still like the QSL side of the hobby. Last time I attended the local radioclub there was pile of QSL cards waiting. Along them a long awaited card from ZD7X Tom who was operating from St.Helena in 2007. I got him confirmed now on 20, 17, 12 an 10m. When setting up WSPR this morning I heard a lot of Japanese stations booming in on 12m and 10m. But since I got a father-daughter day today I had no opportunity to make a QSO. Left WSPR on at 10m.
I’d would love it if I could get automatic e-QSLsending and receiving on my iPad.
Nice to hear of someone besides me who still likes REAL QSL cards.
I think there are plenty of us out there that still like to get cards.
I LOVE LOOKING THROUGH MY QSL CARDS . THEY ARE A REAL WAY TO LOOK BACK IN TIME . IT IS NICE TO SEE THE ONES FROM COUNTRIES THAT NO LONGER EXIST . CHUCK , N4UED