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This smashing qsl card can be yours just by simply sending me one of your own - oh, and you have to work me first :-)

BUT- I hand write all QSLS - so it takes me some effort to look you up in the logs and produce a card. If you want a reply to a bureau card I want to see some evidence that you went to some trouble too. I will only reply to bureau cards that are properly signed and have a ring/underline around the PSE QSL bit. So, if you send me a card through the bureau and its just a printed computer label, chances are I won't send you one back! I prefer to receive hand written cards.

Sorry, I get a lot of qsl requests - so this is just the way it is. ---------------------- NB, I am very very late with replies to bureau cards, I will catch up eventually but.... I am not even very quick with direct cards due to many commitments.

First licenced 1976 at the grand old age of 17 (you do the sums... :-).You can find me on 6M quite a bit when there's any propagation. I'm on HF too at the moment, mainly RTTY during contests. I think I'm going to spend more time on CW soon - particularly on 160M, a band that seems very like the VHF bands I know and love!

The gear:

HF: TS2000 wire for 160m and auto ATU, I also have a TS830 (yes I'm an antique too) which gets occasional use. Only 100W out so you'll have to listen hard. Recently discovered JT65hf which I enjoy

VHF, enjoy MS via JT6M or FSK on 6M and 4M very much.

6M: TS2000 + 2X 4cx250 + 4 ele beam

2M: Ts2000 + 4cx250 + 9 ele beam

4M: Ts2000 +mm tvtr+4cx250 + 4 ele beam

Sometimes I am less QRV than others,  often in winter you will find me here:

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