Sunday, July 20, 2008

My QSL Card

A thought just occurred to me. I should put my QSL card up here. What's a QSL card? For those that don't know, a QSL card is a card that you send to someone you've contacted on the radio to verify the contact. Many HAMs like to collect QSL cards, while others need them to verify contacts when they apply for awards like ARRL's WAS (Worked all States) award. There are several different awards that you work for in HAM Radio. You can find more information on HAM Radio awards on ARRL's Awards page, or you can do a search on google to find out more.
Anyway, below is what my QSL card looks like, for those of you who might be interested. The picture is of one of the three waterfalls along the Falling Water River at Burgess Falls State Park in Tennessee.

My QSL Card

I thought that with my QSL card I would display the natural beauty that is Tennessee. I might later do more of a collage type of QSL card showing more natural beauties of East Tennessee.
If you hear me on the air, send a QSL and I will gladly send one back. Also if you have any questions or comments please let me know.

See you on the airwaves,
73 de AJ4JD

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