I had an invitation to stay at the beautiful home of Malcolm, ZP5RG. In return my job was to teach him all I know about computers in three days. This was my first stop on my “South American Tour” which included Easter Island, Chile and Argentina.
ZP5RG QTH in Asunción
Trip to Caacupe
ZP5/WJ2O QSL Card
Any ZP licensed ham can grant a license holder from an approved third party country permission to operate for a period not to exceed five days. In other words . . . I didn’t need one.
I made a total of 677 QSOs all on CW and I believe all in one night.
Kenwood TS-850S Transceiver,
Collins 30L-1 Amplifier,
long wire and a sloper.
WJ2O listening to the pile up at the shack of ZP5RG. The only thing hard about this trip was the beam was cut for the phone portion of the band.
I hired a bag boy/translator just as I got off the plane. He said the customs official asked if I had anything to declare. I responded, “no,” and that was that.