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16th November 2012

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Being without power for 10 days after Hurricane Sandy, I decided to pass the time one evening by taking out an old box of QSL cards and look through them as I sat by the fireplace to keep warm (no, 46 degree F indoor temp is not comfy). These were from my amateur past-life as WB2VEN. I really enjoyed looking them over and had forgotten about some of the more interesting ones residing in that box. I thought I’d scan and share one here from time to time. A great facet of the hobby that I really hope we don’t lose as hams increasingly embrace digital QSLing.

Being without power for 10 days after Hurricane Sandy, I decided to pass the time one evening by taking out an old box of QSL cards and look through them as I sat by the fireplace to keep warm (no, 46 degree F indoor temp is not comfy). These were from my amateur past-life as WB2VEN. I really enjoyed looking them over and had forgotten about some of the more interesting ones residing in that box. I thought I’d scan and share one here from time to time. A great facet of the hobby that I really hope we don’t lose as hams increasingly embrace digital QSLing.

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