It’s in the Mail – the Exchange of QSL Cards

The nicest part about send QSL cards is looking forward to those cards sent in return.

I use a combination of Bureau Cards and Direct Mailing (Plumb Method),

Working from home today, as I can’t seem to shake the crud that has been going around, I took a break to look at my stack of recent in-bound QSL cards.

Here is what I’ve received here recently at K9ZW:

ZD7VC's QSL Card

QSL cards recently received direct or via QSL managers: ZD7VC, 4N1A, IZ3ATX, EX0M, A41KJ, VO1CT, G5XW, EA2RY/HI7, V31MD, IZ0EIK, 8R1ZUM, CE3PG, 5F50SG, TM5F, LY80R

YW9AJ QSL Card

QSL cards recently received via the bureau: P40CW,DQ2006Y,YW9AJ, DQ2006C, DR2006K, DH7A, DQ2006W, DR2006H, DQ2006J, DF1IAQ, DE1KKG, EA5AXE, EA2AOV, LZ80R

KH6BB QSL Card

Domestic QSL Cards recently received: WA3IHV, WL7SJ, K7FMH, N7EL, N7CLD, WA8UEG, KD5FJV, KC5NNQ, N4QNT, K6NR, W6IIS, K4JRU, KG6AO, KC5AS, KO7T, KH6RZ, KC7FRB, VE7EAR, K7RDG, K6AKR, KB3X, KH6BB, KH6J, KC5AS, N6VNI, AD6WL, W6YX, K1FJH, KI4TNQ, KM2U

Now it is up to me to catch up on my QSL cards, with roughly 700 cards to do here before I am current again!

73

Steve Weinert
K9ZW

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