After the activity of Fehmarn Island 3 hams of the crew (DH3WO,DJ2HD,DL7JAN)
were on the African Continent to come on air from the Kingdom of Lesotho
from 80 to 10m in CW/SSB/RTTY and some PSK31.
We travelled from Frankfurt via Bahrein to Johannesburg, South Africa to Roma, Lesotho.
The lodge was in the western part of the country.
The time to be on air was 31st August to 12th September 2006.
We were using 2-3 stations.
Antennas were a 5 band Spiderbeam for 20-10m and verticals for 80-30m.
The callsigns on air were 7P8JF (DL7JAN), 7P8DJ (DJ2HD) and 7P8WO (DH3WO)
QSL INFO FOR ALL CALLS VIA DL7JAN only, direct or through the buro
...but no E-QSL because we prefer the real stuff!!!!
Address for QSL's direct
Alte Poststrasse 34
location national flag of Lesotho
The team is testing the spider beam at QTH of DL7JAN
view to our QTH good road for driving :)
the highest waterfall - more than 180m we are in - after the border
spiderbeam for 5 bands (20m-10m) Pile Up's was hard but GREAT work ;)
Jan,DL7JAN and Mathew,DJ2HD
DL7JAN looks for good propagation back into work - DL7JAN runs the CW Pile-Up
DJ2HD in the SSB Pile-up gimme more :)
Team Lesotho 06 - DH3WO,DJ2HD,DL7JAN 5 childs in Lesotho :)
Thanks to ICOM South Africa, Spiderbeam Sunset in Lesotho - we miss it
and the South German DX Group (SDXG)
the qsl card
Last but not least many many thanks to the DXers all over the world for their calls.
We are glad to gave you a new DXCC, a new mode, a new band or simple one of our colour QSL cards.
We hope to here you soon from another rare place.....
Jan Förderer, DL7JAN aka 7P8JF
Mathias Müller, DJ2HD aka 7P8DJ
Wolfgang Pluschke, DH3WO aka 7P8WO