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Wow!!!!! I was just on the 'puter here this morning looking up new postal
rates to see about sending a follow-up to a 2008 report to Myanma Radio.

I go out to the mailbox just moments ago, and one envelope in the box, I see
it is foreign and lift my glasses to take a look at the blue circular stamp in
the lower left corner, and by golly it is from Myanma Radio & Television.

Get inside, open it, and a nice letter AND a beautiful card!

My 226th NASWA Country QSL'd.

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On Monday, March 10, 2014 5:13:53 PM UTC-4, dxAce wrote:
Wow!!!!! I was just on the 'puter here this morning looking up new postal

rates to see about sending a follow-up to a 2008 report to Myanma Radio.



I go out to the mailbox just moments ago, and one envelope in the box, I see

it is foreign and lift my glasses to take a look at the blue circular stamp in

the lower left corner, and by golly it is from Myanma Radio & Television.



Get inside, open it, and a nice letter AND a beautiful card!



My 226th NASWA Country QSL'd.



dxAce

Michigan

USA


Wish I could see the card. You should invest in a flatbed scanner!
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Steve wrote:

On Monday, March 10, 2014 5:13:53 PM UTC-4, dxAce wrote:
Wow!!!!! I was just on the 'puter here this morning looking up new postal

rates to see about sending a follow-up to a 2008 report to Myanma Radio.



I go out to the mailbox just moments ago, and one envelope in the box, I see

it is foreign and lift my glasses to take a look at the blue circular stamp in

the lower left corner, and by golly it is from Myanma Radio & Television.



Get inside, open it, and a nice letter AND a beautiful card!



My 226th NASWA Country QSL'd.



dxAce

Michigan

USA


Wish I could see the card. You should invest in a flatbed scanner!


Yeah, I know. But, I might catch a neibhbour who could do it.

It is similar to another recent QSL that was vertical in design, but this one is
horizontal.




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