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Greetings from Eugene Oregon, home of the Oregon DUCKS!

If you have had a QSO with me, thank you for the opportunity to contact you. I respond to all QSL requests…mail, bureau or eqsl. All received cards will be acknowledged in reciprocal manner. SASE please.

I am a retired architect. My path to ham radio began in the early 60’s. But many things got in the way of becoming licensed then. A few years ago, I decided to revisit the interest in the hobby in a more serious way and get licensed. I have a great father-in-law supporter in W2VJN who's an excellent mentor. Over the course of time with more study, I was able to obtain my Extra License.

My station here is located in Eugene, Oregon in the center of the Willamette Valley. I’m using an Elecraft K3 with a Force 12 C3-SS on a small roof mounted tower about 25 feet in the air, all topped with M2 6 meter yagi. There are too many trees around the house for anything more elaborate. I also have a few dipoles hidden in the trees. My Elecraft K3 is suipplemented by an Elecraft KPA500 amplifier. For travel, I have an Elecraft KX-3 with a Buddipole.

Again….thanks for the QSO…it’s most appreciated. Happy DX to all ….73, Brad

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