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I am in the process of building a SO2R contest station at my 7 acre hill-top QTH in southern NH.

It's a great feeling being able to build a competetive station at my own QTH after many years (and great times!) SO guest op'ing and participating in M/M's.

CU in the next contest!


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Yankee Clipper Contest Club, CWops #811


Ed Adler, W1EP (SK 1993): My Grandfather introduced me to this wonderful hobby during a family camping trip in 1988. He used the blank side of a QSL card to keep track of his medications and one day during the trip I asked him what a QSL card was - the rest is history. He was a serious DXer and operated almost daily from the 1930's through the 1980's (I have all of his log books!). He also ran the W1EP DX QSL Service in the 70's and 80's.

Dean Straw, N6BV (Most influencial contesting mentor): Dean taught me the ins and outs of serious single op contesting, and to this day I continue to build upon the knowledge he shared with me almost 20 years ago.

Previous callsigns:

1989-1996: KA1TFG, KD1VF and AA1QL

Obtained K1ZR in 1996.

QSL Info:

Please send your card direct with SASE, NO IRC's please.


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