“In a few weeks I’m off to the Arctic again, this time to EU-063 Hopen Island, one of Svalbard’s
Coastal Island. ETA Hopen Island first week of June for a 6 months stay.
I will be operational on CW on/around IOTA frequencies or at the lower band edges.
This is a spare time operation. I’m working very odd hours so please do not ask for sked.
If you live on/operate from an Island (IOTA) or you’re on an Expedition of some kind, your QSL card will be highly appreciated.
My Award hunt is via LoTW and eQSL, and your upload will be greatly appreciated.
The recomended way to request a JW2US QSL card (Bear Isl. or Hopen Isl.)
is via OQRS Club Log, both direct and bureau.
From Hopen Island I prefer to QSL via internet (globalqsl).
Mail to QSL Manager LA2US will be answered after Dec 2015.”
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