Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KF4SCI, May 1, 2017.
First one, pretty simple
I sure wish I had some of my old QSL cards going back to the late 1950s.
As a kid, a number of the local printing businesses in our area were owned by hams. I don't remember the prices, but they were obviously quite inexpensive, as I had a set printed as a young SWL (WPE9DYN -- anybody remember those???) in about 5th or 6th grade. The money came from the proceeds of my night-crawler and worm business.
I continued to have nice looking QSL cards until about 10-12 years ago. I'm about to change my call again to reflect the call sign region we are about to move back into -- just a few hundred yards east. I will again be in the the 4 region, from the 8 region. I was licensed in the 9-region, and I lived in the KH6 region for several years.
Shortly after we go to settlement at the new QTH in the 4-region, I will change my call and get some decent QSL cards printed again.
My wife and I share a card...
Here's mine. With the printer now.
Here is mine.
ka1 just been electrocuted
I wondered if that was you under that hood
Nice card man
That's really cool. If you can make use of it, I set my program to make a rectangular azimuthal map from your QTH, which I've attached to this post as pdf---your location is the entire top edge.
Thank you very much. What an interesting projection (first time I've seen one). I'll keep it on file and perhaps try to incorporate it into my next set of cards. That was a kind thought.
Lesse if mine will fit: