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Re: [IRCA] Nice work Saul!
- Subject: Re: [IRCA] Nice work Saul!
- From: Chernos Saul <sauldx@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 16:46:27 +0000
Thanks, Mark. The article kind of wrote itself. When you're with a great crew, in a great location, and the conditions - well, okay, they were good, with a few great spots - the story writes itself. The only thing we missed this year were TPs. No Japan, no Korea. I am convinced the cx will one day be just right for TP down under, as the cycle climbs further perhaps - without looking at all my saved e-mails , I think there's been the suspicion of possible Tahiti on 738. But it's nice to have targets and new possibilities to loook forward to. I have a feeling the next few years could be good for South America and Africa. I have yet to log Peru and Chile even though others have.
Saul > From: Mark4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: am@xxxxxxxxxxx; irca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 08:49:30 -0500
> Subject: [IRCA] Nice work Saul!
> GREAT piece in the latest Radio World newsmagazine by Saul Chernos on DX-ing
> in the Maritimes. Well done!
> (Kaz looks a bit sleepy)
> Mark Durenberger
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