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I've been licensed since 1988.  My primary interests are Contesting and the recently discovered fun in DXing.

I am a second generation owner of a small manufacturing business, which builds and markets the litter retrieval tool trademarked "the Grab-It®". We have been manufacturing this tool here in the US since 1970. Still US owned and US made after 42 years! The company web site is: www.civicenterprises.com.

I am a charter member and past President of the Louisiana Contest Club (www.n5lcc.com), and am building a competitive single-op / multi-2 station here in North Louisiana.

Info on Antenna, equipment, station evolution, photos and a journal at: www.K5ER.com



  • Electronic via LoTW: This is by far the fastest method! I mostly work contests. All contest logs are uploaded to ARRL's Logbook of the World w/i 2-3 days of the contest end. My "regular/DX" log is generally uploaded to LoTW 1-2 times per month. I typically update CLUBLOG about once a month. I do not use e-qsl at this time.
  • Paper QSL card via direct: (SASE for US, SAE + $1 for DX):
  • Paper QSL card via bureau is OKUnfortunately, I tend to be very slow on these. Please consider using LoTW.


Thanks for stopping by.

73! Mark, K5ER

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