[SECC] [Fwd: GQP]
Fri, 30 Mar 2001 14:33:00 -0500
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Food for thought from Bob, K4BG (ex K4VHC) in South Carolina re GQP.
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Greetings John, I was delighted to see the results of the last GQP and all
the work being done for the 2001 event. I have come upon an idea which may
have been already discussed, but here goes.....
As you know I am in a "border state" and for practical purposes have to rely
on 40 and 80 meters. I found myself pretty much alone score wise. Do you
think the offering of a certificate of high scoring border state (being
defined as 200 miles parallel to the Georgia border) station would be
benefical ? Not another plaque. I don't think high or low power matters.
If it has merit, I am sure you and the sponsors will know how to refine it.
Thanks so much and best wishes. '73, Bob K4BG
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