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Offline Skipmuck

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Radio Jong Europa eQSL Netherlands
« on: July 09, 2022, 1036 UTC »
Thank you very much for the reply to my report of direct reception of 6130 AM from across the pond! Tip of the hat to John and "Team Europa"! Also thank you for the pictures, especially that awesome windmill photo!  :)

QSL's to poorbrookking >at< aol.com are greatly appreciated! All reception and postings using My radio, My antenna, and generally in real time(excluding posting of SSTV images!).
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Re: Radio Jong Europa eQSL Netherlands
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2023, 2339 UTC »
I join Skip as a proud and pleased recipient of the same eQSL, courtesy of John and the Radioeuropa team, for an emailed reception report on March 31 (of reception on that same date). The eQSL was accompanied by two antenna pics, the same (I presume) cool windmill pic, and two antique postcard with Dutch scenes. Very cool and much appreciated!

All reception from this location, radio and antenna.
QTH New Hampshire (70 miles north of Boston).
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eQSLs most appreciated to molvaniapoacher@gmail.com.


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