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I use LOTW. I hope you will too. :)

If you need a Direct card, Please include Postage. No IRC they are not good in USA now.

My Call is worth 12 points for the ARRL Centennial QSO Party as an Official Emergency Station.

More information on the Centennial QSO Party here. http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party

 

QSL Card photo was taken Feb 2014 at Destin Florida,while on vacation and visiting WA2IGM and his XYL. :)

I have had the nickname of HAT for years, and am happy to have gotten a vanity call with my nickname.

I have been interested in 2 way radio communication since I was a child. My Dads 2 older Brothers had CB radios, in the 1960's, back when "CB" was actually licensed.

I always thought it was neat to be able to talk thru the radio waves, "wireless".

My Dad helped me get a CB, and he got the license so I could talk on the radio.{ Thanks Dad.} That was in 1969 or so.

I got to meet a few Hams in the early 1970's, while I was in the Boy Scouts, and ever since then, wanted to get My Amateur Radio license.

I earned my Eagle Scout, in the Boy Scouts of America, in 1976.

I belong to the ARRL, and some local clubs.

I am involved with the East Greenbush Amateur Radio Association, and the Troy Amateur Radio Association.

Here is the East Greenbush Amateur club site. http://www.w2egb.org/

Here is the TARA website http://www.n2ty.org/

I have been helping with the local National Traffic System nets, helping to send and pass along, traffic messages, and enjoy doing so. The local Traffic net {Capital Distric Traffic Net} is held Monday thru Friday, on the N2LEN repeaters, 147.150 and 449.025 with a tone of 114.8

Saturday and Sunday the CDTN Net is held on the N2TY Repeaters 145.170 and 447.075 with a tone of 127.3.

The CDTN net is held at 6:30pm eastern time zone, {23:30 UTC when its not daylight savings time}

Join us for the Capital District Traffic Net, and you might enjoy it too.

Most every night at 6:00pm eastern time zone I check into the NYSPTEN net @ 3.925 mhz.

http://www.qsl.net/nyspten/index.htm

Many Thanks to all the Kind people, who have helped me along the way, and God Bless.

 

Use LOTW and save on postage. Please.

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