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You can find Connie and Pam in Muskogee, Oklahoma where they enjoy hamming on all bands from 160 meters through 23-cm with special attention to 6-meters where they both have 6-meter DXCC. Connie has DXCC# 7 and currently has 170 countries on 6 meters. Connie also holds 2 meter WAS #2 and the 1st 8 band WAS (befor WARC). When not hamming you can find them enjoying various water sports such as water-skiing and jet-skiing on one of the many Oklahoma lakes.

Home Page http://k5cm.com

Connie and Pam will be operating the Oklahoma QSO party March 22 and 23 in 2014.

 

 

Connie (K5CM), Pam (N5KW), getting ready for another state QSO party.

Current equipment includes 3 triple mag mounts with ham sticks. A Tarheel Model 200A-HP can be seen at the back. The Ham sticks make for quick band changes on 20, 15 and 10 meters while the Tarheel with its better efficiency is mainly used on 80 and 40 meters. The tranceiver is a 100 watt K3 (the best radio I have ever used).

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