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Rich, N4EX, reaches 75,000 chaser points


#1

Rich reached 75,000 chaser points today. He is the first North American to cross that threshold. This is a truly a fantastic accomplishment. Congratulations, Rich!


#2

My congratulations also Rich… You are such a dedicated chaser as well as gentleman in the Sota pile ups. Looking forward to working you on your next activation too. Spring is almost here! 73 de Scotty KG3W


#3

Congrats! Often the first chaser when activating and most often just in front of me on the chase.

73 de NU7A Bren


#4

Congrats Rich! That’s a lot of chasing. We have QSO’ed 205 times from summits, and I will never forget when I worked you from the top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii…and I thought I wouldn’t find anyone to work in the USA!! Hi Hi

thanks Rich

73

Pete
WA7JTM


#5

75K wow

Well done :smile:
Karl


#6

Well done Rich. I might have given you a dozen of those along the way. It is always a pleasure to get a call from you when I am on a summit. :slight_smile:

73, Gerald G4OIG (usually GM4OIG/P)


#7

Well done Rich. I am pleased that one of my regular chasers is on the other side of the pond !

Jonathan


#8

Yes, Wow!
Another tip of our SOTA caps from NH.
Merle and Herm


#9

Congrats Rich great job.
73 de W4DOW (Dow) in W4V


#10

Outstanding job Rick. Always hear you in there chasing. Keep up the good work as 100K is just around the corner now.

Gary A. - W0MNA


#11

Bravo Rich,

Very often the only and/or the first us station i work when on summits.
We made 92 contacts from NC to F/AM-xxx, all CW on 10, 12, 15, 17, and 20M.
(by the way you uploaded only 83 qso on Sotabase).

73 and hope to cu agn soon.
Gerald


#12

Nice Rich, Always enjoy hearing from you when I activate… you’re normally #1 in the log.

Well done,

Richard…


#13

Amazing! This is such a big achievement…a tremendous commitment of time! Congrats Rich!
Guy/n7un


#14

Hello Rich.
Congratulations to this achievement.
I am honored to have your QSL Card in my shack (13.11.2011)!
73 de Manfred – DL9MDI


#15

Well done Rich! After looking over your QRZ page I’ve found the secret to your success! It’s that very scientifically tuned TA-33Jr which you blame on the wind! But we know better don’t we! :wink:
Again, Well Done,
Walt NE4TN


#16

Congratulations Rich, it is always great to hear your call on a summit and I appreciate every QSO!

73,
Scott - W1ZU


#17

Congratulations Rich. Very well done. Our many contacts are much appreciated.
73,
Malcolm VE2DDZ


#18

Congrats! An activation seems incomplete unless your call pops up!
Best, Ken


#19

FB OM, always a big signal into the Catskills. I’ll catch you on the next hill.
CUAGN 73
Bob W2CKL


#20

Always a strong clear signal into VE6 Alberta Canada.
Thanks for being there
73
Walker VA6MCB