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Thursday, October 18, 2012

The 8th Area Call Bureau

Although I've been a Ham for many years, I prefer to send and receive my QSL cards via the E-QSL site. But these were a welcome site in the mail box yesterday. I'll have to return them to the 8th Area Call Bureau quickly. This is a great service and a nice way to reduce postage fees. 







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4 comments:

VE3WDM said...

Good morning John, yes paper QSL's are very cool. Some very nice cards there, I have OH8X's card as well and that sure is some antenna they have eh!!

KL8DX said...

Yep, the bureau drops are pretty exciting to see an envelope full of QSL cards. MUCH cheaper than if sending them direct. I just received two drops myself, so I'm going to be busy confirming QSO's for a few days. A huge thanks to those who manage the QSO bureau's worldwide.

Jspiker said...

Hello Mike,

I'm always amazed at the antenna systems of some of these big stations. Impressive, but I still get the most joy out of working stations with simple wires. Some of these cards are three years old...I'm glad I had them listed in the log book. They've been collecting a lot of dust. hihi

Jspiker said...

Hello Phil,

Really; the only way to exchange cards. It's become much too expensive to do any other way.