Received WRMI QSL

Front of a WRMI QSL Card I took at a short trip up to Catoctin Mountain Park at the beginning of the year and stayed in a rustic cabin with no running water and no electricity. It was nice, to say the least. For evening entertainment I used my Elecraft KX3 with a longwire antenna to listen to shortwave stations from around the world. Romania, Slovakia, some unknown Spanish music stations, and, of course, WRMI in Florida were just some of the stations I put into my log while enjoying no electrical noise in the mountains.

One program that I particularly enjoyed was from WRMI, broadcast from Okeechobee, Florida, on 9395kHz. Their "Oldies Music" program of 60s, 70s, and 80s music was fading between a 25532 and 45544 (SINPO) for the hour their program was on the air.

Upon returning home, I sent my reports to the broadcasters and a few days ago I received my first QSL card in the mail:

Back of my WRMI QSL Card