Final TO2SP log now on-line
Two weeks have passed since the end of our DXpedition, we are still catching up on sleep. In the meantime, we have been very busy finalizing the TO2SP log. We received all your log corrections sent to the DXpedition e-mail address and to our QSL manager. The TO2SP log has now been uploaded to the Club Log web page and contains all corrections to the log which we felt were appropriate based on your input. We ask that you use the OQRS option on the Club Log Web page (https://secure.clublog.org/charts/?c=TO2SP) for all your direct and bureau confirmations as this makes our job much easier. When cards are sent to us directly, the QSL manager must check each QSL individually in the log which is very time consuming when you make over 63,000 QSO’s.
Our graphic artist is working on a design for our QSL cards and we should be receiving them from the print shop before the end of the year. In the meantime we’ll be preparing the labels, such that the QSL cards can be sent out in the first few days of January to everyone in the world.
In our last post we informed you of our eight pieces of baggage which were lost upon our return. Following our lost baggage claim, our luggage has been slowly arriving over the course of the week after our return to Poland via Paris, Berlin and Wroclaw. We still haven’t got one piece of luggage which is out there somewhere in this world. We hope it arrives before our next DXpedition!
Thank you for all your kind words of appreciation which we have that received from you in various ways. It rewards our efforts in organizing the DXpedition and our hard work during the two week period of the operation.
Despite the 4-day delay in the arrival of our baggage on St.Barts and our initial operation with temporary antennas and low power, we have achieved first place in the world among all of this year’s DXpeditions according the the German DX Foundation portal (http://gdxf.de/megadxpeditions/year.php).
We wish you all Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year full of success in your personal life and on the ham bands.
We look forward to working you from our next DXpedition in 2018.