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Stephen A Licht

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J68SL

Accepts QSL via:
LoTW: NO
e-qsl: NO
mail QSL:YES

lookups: 2178


After many visits operating as a J6 portable, I am now a 'REAL' J6 ! My good friends J69DS, J69MV and J66SJ have provided evey assistance I could hope for to make my XYL and I feel welcomed.

April 17 - 28 , 2017 I will be back on the air from J6 with J6/K1ZZI. We will be operating from the Bay Guesthouse in Gros Islet. Our wives are accompanying us and this time I will be prepared for any rig issues. Our antenna will be "OLD FAITHFUL", a 35' fiberglass pole with wire taped along side it and four 1/4 wavelength radials on the saltwater soaked ground (courtesy of J69DS). K1ZZI will be the CW op on this trip.

The J6 Portable Group has always been most gracious hosts on my visits. We have all become an extended family, linked by amateur radio and only an Echo-link call away !

I will always QSL via LOTW 100% and answer cards received

4 June 2017 I am preparing Buro cards for all J68SL qsos for mailing in mid June

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QSL Information

The preferred QSL method for both Direct and Bureau cards is ClubLog. This is the easiest and most secure way to obtain a QSL card. It eliminates the possibility of lost cards in the mail or long delays in the bureau system. ClubLog is free to join. Bureau cards are always FREE. You can access my log in ClubLog down below. Direct requests are answered within one day and Bureau cards are shipped every 2-3 months. I QSL 100% and logs will be uploaded to LoTW as well. I do not need your paper QSL card!

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