There was no time to publish news last days… We would like to inform that all members of the Team J88HL are at their homes now. The trip was very long – 34 hours from the start to the moment when we entered Poland (the last flight was to Berlin, our cars were parked there and then we started w few hours drive to Poland). Unfortunately one suitcase (wth K3) inside was lost somewhere. We hope that it will be found soon.
We have made first statistics. Here are the countries with the highest number of QSOs:
Each individual QSO is equally important for our team but in the same time we must say that we are very pleased of the high number of QSOs to JA stations. From the perspective of St. Vincent the area of Japan is the antipodes.
We were able to have a rest after a long journey and now we are selecting pictures to be used on our QSL card.
J8 is not a problematic DXCC entity but we have sent all necessary J88HL documents to the ARRL just to be sure everything is OK. So we are very happy to inform the DX community that the J88HL operation is valid for DXCC.This entry was posted in News (after DXpedition) by SP5UAF