10th Anniversary Giveaway!

On April 30th, it will be ten years since the "W2LJ - QRP - Do More With Less" blog was born.

In appreciation for all who read this blog, I am going to give something away to one lucky reader. I have a new, mint condition, unused, complete sheet of fifty United States Amateur Radio stamps, issued in 1964 on the 50th Anniversary of the ARRL - Scott #1260. I am going to have the sheet matted and framed - ready for display on some deserving shack wall. All I ask is that you send an e-mail to w2lj@arrl.net - entitled "Blog Anniversary Giveaway". Include your name, call sign and mailing address.

Any Amateur Radio op worldwide can enter. I will package and ship the framed stamps to any destination that the United States Post Office will accept.

The names and call signs will be loaded into a software program such as RandomPicker on April 30th and a winner will be determined. The winner will be announced here, and then the framed stamps will be posted.

Good luck, and thank you for reading!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

K6JSS/2

The New Jersey edition of K6JSS/2 will occur the week of August 15th through the 21st.  This will hopefully coincide with the NJ QSO Party which occurs around then.  I have volunteered to serve as the Point of Contact for New Jersey.

The state hosts a most excellent QRP club, the NJQRP, and many of its members are QRPers who actually live in the state.  I am hoping for a huge turnout of NJ QRPers and that we will do our state proud, representing it as well as all the other states have done so far.

NJ QRPers - keep that week open and plan to be on the air a lot!  Let me know if you will be available to operate.  I will be posting a ton about this between now and then, with most of it occurring as we get closer to August.  As always, I can be reached at W2LJ@arrl.net.

72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!

1 comment:

K2DSL - David said...

I was out of state the previous 2 years but this year I was home for the NJ QSO party. I heard nothing but crickets calling CQ NJQP.