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Hopefully you were able to make contact with me while I was operating from Dominica (NA-101). Modes included CW, SSB and RTTY on 1.8 through 50 MHz using an Elecraft K3 and a wire antenna strung between two palm trees.

Partners in this venture included my wife, Claudia, son, Bernie of "How’s DX", "The Daily DX" and "The Weekly DX" and his wife, Becky (N3OSH). We had a wonderful time including sight-seeing, some rest and relaxation and a Holiday Style radio operation.

The special prefixes requested and licensed were (J76 and J77) in celebration of the beginning of our Amateur Radio careers. Tony was J76A (76 the year he was first licensed) from January 22nd to February 11th and Bernie was J77A (77 the year he was first licensed) from January 22nd to February 1st. Thank you to everyone who provided me with a contact during the time spent in Dominica.

You may QSL J76A via N3ME and J77A via W3UR, direct with return envelope and postage, via the W3 QSL bureau or by LoTW.

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