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Special Event Station
Members of UKRA will activate the special event station GB5ST from April
31st for 3 days

Activity will be on all bands 160-10 meters and as well as 2 meters.

The group's challenge is to contact as many stations worldwide who have
stubbed their toes in the last 5 years during their 3 day event. So if you
have or know of someone who has stubbed their toe in the last 5 years call
them. QSL via RSCB.


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On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 08:50:35 EDT, "LVN"
wrote:

The group's challenge is to contact as many stations worldwide who have
stubbed their toes in the last 5 years during their 3 day event. So if you
have or know of someone who has stubbed their toe in the last 5 years call
them. QSL via RSCB.

Does falling down and breaking one's shoulder and elbow in two
separate toe-stubbing incidents count?

If so, what frequencies can we find them on?
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Phil Kane wrote:
On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 08:50:35 EDT, "LVN"
wrote:

The group's challenge is to contact as many stations worldwide who have
stubbed their toes in the last 5 years during their 3 day event. So if you
have or know of someone who has stubbed their toe in the last 5 years call
them. QSL via RSCB.

Does falling down and breaking one's shoulder and elbow in two
separate toe-stubbing incidents count?


OM,

They don't really mean "toe". They don't really mean "stub".

Wink, nudge.

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