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Originally licensed in 1958 as KN6MQX

I have held the following licenses (K6MQX, NT7E, NT7E/UA3D, K7GQ, FO0HHR, and ZK1GQQ). During much of winter, I operate from Hawaii as KH6CW.

I enjoy DX'ing (#1 Honor Roll Mixed) and some contesing.

 

From 2000 to 2011, I imterminently operated from Italy as I1/K7GQ, gaining both a DXCC and a deep appreciation for the Italian lifestyle.

 

Upon retirement in 1998, my wife and sailed around the world (warm water route) on our Nautor Swan 90 pilothouse sloop, finally returning to North America in 2001. Too bad that /mm contacts count for nothing!

 

Another hobby is antique autos, specifically Model-T's. Pictured is our 1914 Ford on a 2,200 mile tour on the Al-Can highway in Alaska in 2007. Other long tours include a 3,200 mile drive across America (Boston to California) as well as a 2,000 mile drive through seven Southern states.

 

 

 

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