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In the UK I am active mobile on most of the HF bands especially 10M whilst conditions are good. FT857D and ATAS120 antenna.

Home WAB square SD74. Regular visitor to the 40M WAB net.

Very little activity from home QTH but active from TA4 KM46nn, usually in May,July and October.Yaesu FT857D 100W to inverted L on 80m and inverted V doublet on all other HF bands.

I don't collect cards but I will send a return QSL card for all cards received for my TA4 contacts.

The UK Post Office will no longer sell or accept International Reply Coupons (IRC) from the end of 2013 so any cards received  with IRC's will be sent via the relevant QSL Bureau where possible.

Direct QSLs please include a Self Addressed Envelope (SAE) and 2$.


Below is my QTH in Turkey which is 1127Ft ASL, so eventually QRV on 2m and 70cm.


Relaxing with a glass of Marktree red wine in The Emporium Clitheroe.


After 4 hours on the radio in the morning in Turkey I usually run down to Oludeniz to meet my wife at the beach


and relax with a cool beer or two.


My wife Fran who now realizes that she is in league with a madman!!



QSL is good by bureau,e-qsl or direct providing you send a Self Addressed Envelope with IRC or equivalent.




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