WOW, Congrats to you, Rob, for yet another outstanding achievement in the ULR World-O-Fun!! FORTY Graveyarders!! I may never hit that number. 73's Amigo, Kirk Allen, Ponca City, OK
> I have just completed processing two very difficult to achieve awards
> for Rob Ross of Ontario. The most newsworthy is conferring the very
> FIRST Ultralight Graveyard DX Award on Rob. He qualified not at the
> first plateau of that award (30 stations heard) but rather at the
> second level, FORTY Graveyard Stations heard with an Ultralight radio
> of the Unlimited Class.
> Rob's second award was for Three Continents Heard (N & S America +
> Europe.) The latter is quite an accomplishment at Rob's decidedly
> inland site with any receiver, much less an Unlimited Ultralight.
> WAY TO GO, ROB!
> I doubt that anyone else has yet heard 40 Graveyarders with our
> limited equipment, but I'll bet that several people are approaching
> 30 Stations Heard.... check your log!
> John Bryant
> for The Awards Committee
> This Award is one of an extensive group of awards certificates
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> recipient receives a digital file which may be used for electronic
> display or is suitable for framing when printed at 8 12" x 11" on
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