I got my old Canon scanner working with this HP Laptop. It will only work with Windows XP, so it has lost its place connected to the big family computer, which is running Vista. So, from time to time, I will post some of my favorite QSL cards. This is the one that earned me the QRP-ARCI "1,000 Miles per Watt" award. In reality, it worked out to be 1,191 miles per Watt. I worked Jeff V73GJ back in February of 2004. If memory serves me (and sometimes that's iffy!), at that time I only had my K1, the K2 wouldn't be finished until that July. I was putting 5 Watts into the Butternut HF9V. I got a 559. As I recall, Jeff was using a K2/100 and was about a 569/579 here. The QSO was on 21.050 MHz.
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!