In 2014, I operated from 40 unique maidenhead grid squares on satellite. The majority of these were on work-related trips. I enjoyed each and every contact.
FN35-FN45 was my first real adventure of the year, operating near Montreal, QC, Canada.
The most “adventurous” operation was from DL88 in Big Bend National Park.
EL28 was the most dangerous. I thought mosquitoes were going to carry me away.
By far and large, and the place I have operated from the most over the years, my favorite place for satellite work is DM84/85/94/95. It is 3,600′ ASL and flat for 360 degrees to the horizon. Very easy to work any and all satellites there.
Here are some older QSL’s from DM95-area ops: