The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club of San Bernardino, California, is once again hosting the 18th annual ‘Route 66 On The Air’ special event between September 9 – 17th, 2017. During the event period you can try an work 21 stations (2 of them are Rovers) operating in or around the old “Route 66” From Santa Monica CA to Chicago IL.
More details of the event, operating frequencies at this link: https://coastalhamradio.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/route-66-special-event-highway-to-a-dx-party/#more-2378
Each participating club will offer QSL cards – details here on this link: http://w6jbt.org/?page_id=23
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Just worked W6P o 40 m CW 7.038 Sept 13 2017 1925 CDT
W6P Non-DXCC Entity flag Non-DXCC Entity
ROUTE 66 ON-THE-AIR
819 Hidden Spring Drive
St Charles, MO 63304
Worked another of their special Events stations W6S last night on 40 CW. They are active every day. 73 de KG5P
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As I recall, the QSL cards each contain a portion of a map of RT 66.
Yes, the W6* stations are all along the old RT 66 route.
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