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My QTH is Bethel Alaska, a small village about 400 miles due west of Anchorage and near the Bering Sea. The grid square is AP90ds. Bethel is only accessible by airplane, boat, snow machine or dog team. The area is home to the Yup'ik Eskimos.

My station is an Icom 7600 with a folded dipole up 50 feet. For satellite work I use an Icom 910H with 2 m & 70 cm yagis. For portable operations I use my Elecraft K1 with a Buddistick vertical.

Please QSL direct or via the ARRL Bureau.

ATTENTION DX: PLEASE DO NOT SEND ME POSTAL COUPONS (IRC's)! I'm sorry, but using IRC's can result in me spending an hour in the line at the Post Office to send a card. I will no longer respond to QSL cards sent with IRC's.



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