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DXCC-Status: Station statistics and brag list. This list DXCC Status Chart & QSL Cards links to over 2,584 QSL images.
I love to make that QSO to long distance stations, over difficult propagation paths, and sometimes having to break through the pile-up on that new rare DX (with listening and strategic calling, not brute force endless calling - Hint Hint). Then afterwards getting that QSO confirmation to allow me to relive the event.
However today many are using LOTW or EQSL, which I wholeheartedly agree with, and so does my pocketbook. BTW I support both but my LOTW will be quick and EQSL will be slow. But paper QSLs have a much greater impact in bringing back the memory. But what good is that memory sitting in shoe-boxes in the shack? So I decided to start scanning my QSL cards into the computer and linking them to the details of the QSO. So far I am done with my first pass through the DX cards but I still have a lot of JAs and USA VHF cards left to scan in.
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