weightdn at adelphia.net
Thu Mar 9 05:37:00 EST 2006
...the main thing is, have all your information on one side so the
receiver never has to turn the card over to confirm your info (report,
QTH, County, Grid, etc.) or fill out a return address, etc. Sooo, with a
pix, callsign, etc., on the front, just duplicate that info plus the
report form on the back. Probably not as big a deal as it used to be
with the advent of computer logging though.
Mike / W8DN
WarrenWolff at aol.com wrote:
>I believe this is the best place to ask this
>question even though it is not towers.
>I was “raised” in the 50's by a CW operator.
>His thoughts were that the entire QSO summary
>should always be on the face of the QSL card.
>I realize many ops put the info on the back.
>I will become WY7L (Lake Havasu City) in the
>next couple of weeks.
>I really do not want to put the London Bridge on
>the front of my new cards, but I am thinking a nice
>AZ photo might do well. I suspect many of my
>neighbor hams already have the bridge on their
>The bottom line question is, “What do you think
>is preferred for the front of QSL’s?” Please answer
>me direct so we don’t clutter up the tower stuff.
>73, Warren; W5KKW for now
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