I have been asked many times to register with eQSL, which i did for a couple of years but i was so annoyed by a constant stream of emails some quite nasty from eQSL users that i decided that it was time to remove my details from eQSL. Despite email correspondence between myself and eQSL i find that it is not possible to remove any of my details from the eQSL website which I feel breaks all data protection regulations. As a consequence of this I still receive a constant stream of emails from eQSL users. eQSL have refused to remove my email address and refused to understand my concerns about the constant stream of rubbish being sent to me from their website! Am I the only one to experience this? You tell me?
Archive - June 2009
A very beautiful QSL arrived today from the team of E44M Palestine operation from January 2009. Below you can see the front and back of the 4 sided QSL card. 273 DXCC Confirmed so far… still a long way to go!
On Thursday a box of QSL cards arrived from the RSGB Bureau 1,900 cards for the G4Ds have been sorted and posted out. While 700 cards for the G4Rs has also been sorted and posted out.
For the managed callsigns I received 500 cards which have now been processed and ready to send back through the Bureau on my next dispatch. I am informed that another box of QSL cards for the calls that i manage will be sent to me shortly. Many thanks to Chris G1VDP for the help in sorting the QSL cards!
I received today the QSL card from the Desecheo Island DX’pedition K5D, below you can see the front and back of the QSL card. QSL Via N2OO. My DXCC total now stands at 272 confirmed.
Today’s email from John 9M6XRO includes some photographs taken today at the Borneo Amateur Radio Club of East Malaysia. John explains “I took these photos ‘up the hill’ today when we were working on the ants. One shows Rahim 9W6RHM up the tower working on the Cushcraft A4S beam. Another also shows the 100ft tower behind the clubhouse. There are various VHF repeater ants mounted on it plus the 160-80-40m trapped dipole. Unfortunately we cannot get the trapped dipole all the way up as there is a family of mynah birds nesting right at the very top and they dive bomb any climber who starts to get anywhere near them! Mynah’s CAN talk but they have not entered into any negotiations so far (hi).
The other photo shows the view from the foot of the tower looking towards KK. We are up a fair height, unfortunately that’s why we keep getting struck by lightning! The top of the hill has a flat area of about 200′ square and slopes away quite dramatically on 3 sides. The road up is not for the faint hearted as it is narrow and with deep potholes that come and go, and land slips in heavy rain are not unknown. I have been ‘trapped’ up there on occasion due to the WX.
John has taken part in this weekends CQ WPX CW Contest and the log has now been uploaded to LoTW.