I will be operating from the beautiful Norfolk Island between March 20 and March 27 2015. I plan on using SSB on 40 – 10 meters and will be using an Icom 706Mk2g into a longwire antenna.
I hope to hear you then.
QSL via the bureau (preferred) or direct – PLEASE include $US3 to cover postage. (Not IRCs as my local PO will not accept them) ! will respond to every card I receive, those sent direct without $US3 will be returned via the bureau.
I also frequently operate from my portable location on Tasmania’s beautiful east coast from Grid QE48dr and as VK7FLI from Flinders Island, IOTA OC-195 Grid QE49
I prefer to QSL via the bureau but also QSL via eQSL.cc and direct – if you want to use the direct method, then please include $US3 to cover costs. If you could include a self addressed envelope too that would be just fabulous.“
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