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Show Us Your SOTA QSL Cards.
Here is mine from W0C/FR-135 which is now Off Limits.
Hand holding my KX1 with a 10 foot whip.
The elevation shown should be 10,808 Feet, Also called Bull Hill.


Paul w0rw
Colorado

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This was on Black Mountain, W6/NC-150.

I shot it with my iPhone attached to the top of a water bottle. Details of that setup are in this post.

wunder

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“Show Us Your SOTA QSL Cards.”

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w0rw at W0C/FR-051 using the PRC319 and a 10 foot whip.
Paul w0rw
Colorado

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Dear all

This was my card for the QSL wall in Friedrichshafen 2018. Not a place holder like above, and it looks like a QSL card. But my QSL card is still a todo, even three years after my first SOTA contact. Good things take their time, hi.

Vy 73 de Markus, HB9DIZ

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In this year I printed new one :wink:

73, Jarek

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Activation of Piz Surgonda HB/GR-056 September 2016

A little bit left and down from the center you may find a small dark spot, Chamanna Jenatsch, (a large mountain hut with 71 beds) more than 500 m lower and 2 km away.

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This is my QSL, but last year I ran out of cards. Didn’t order a reprint yet…


73, Roman

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Here’s mine doing double duty for me as either W6PNG or M0SNA.

The later is a bit of a pipe dream but I hope to make it back to the UK one day soon.

www.nomadic.blog

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I took the qsl photo on W4C/EM-001

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This is my very first QSL card. Only very few recipients so far.
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Dear all,
This is my QSL card.
Mt.Nosakadake, JA/FI-028 in this summer.

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image

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kb1hqs.com

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