After the Thunderbird Hamfest wraps up on Saturday morning, I'm planning to work at least 3 passes from a city park in north Phoenix on the DM33xp/DM43ap boundary (112 degrees West longitude). I am planning to work passes between 2130 and 2330 UTC, which would include two SO-50 passes and one FO-29 pass covering most of the continental USA. Neither of these grids are rare, but DM33 isn't on the satellites as much as DM43. I'll work from the same spot I used for many years, logging almost 6000 QSOs between late 2007 and 2011.
As I usually do, all QSOs made from this location will be uploaded to ARRL's Logbook of the World. QSL cards will be available, which will show the display from my GPS receiver and indicate both grids as part of the QTH listed on the card. If you would like a card for a QSO from this location, please e-mail me with QSO details. No need to first send me a card or SASE.
Patrick WD9EWK/VA7EWK http://www.wd9ewk.net/