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I'm ex WN3LMY (my first license, Delaware, 1968), WA3LMY, N2UT, ZF2HL, XEFJTW (no, that's not a typo), 4C2JTW, XE2JTW, and VK8ABD. I love being on the air, period, but I get the biggest kick out of contesting. I use my own callsign most of the time, but I've also spent time at XE2KJ, XE2NQ, K5TA, K9RS, ZF2HM, VP5K, HC8N. I've operated from all continents, and a lot of that was with my little Elecraft K1. 

I live in the village of Los Ranchos, New Mexico, which is nestled alongside the not-so-mighty Rio Grande a little northwest of Albuquerque. I can walk to the river in about 10 minutes, or bike to it in about 2 minutes. I can't actually see the river from my radio room, but I do get a good view of the Sandia mountains while I'm operating. I've remarked to some of you during our QSO that I'm watching a gorgeous sunset, and here's what that looks like:


Sometimes a hot air balloon drifts by, like this one over the little 10-meter yagi that I often have on a roof-mounted tripod:



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