HRDLog.net QSOs worked:
The picture is of MT. Dominion about 25 miles NNW of my QTH.
Thanks for dropping by my QRZ page!
Please note that I just had shoulder surgery and I have to send CW with my right hand. I learned to send left-handed so I could log right-handed years ago. TNX for your patience.
I am happy to work you any band any mode no matter where you are.
I don't mind repeat QSOs because you might be working me with different power for a different award or maybe that old boat anchor is FINALLY fixed and on the air and you want to try for a WAS or just have a QSO with it. I might call you again because I am now bitten by the QRPP bug and would like to work a 900mW WAS. I am also working on 9 a band RTTY WAS 160-10 so I hope to see you that mode as well.
So give me a call. This is a hobby so have some fun with it for heavens sake.
If you should want a WA, EWA, Stevens County, or DN18 QSO lets talk. I will send our QSO to LoTW, eQSL, and HRDLog automatically. If you want paper send me a card or eMail and I will send you one. I answer Bureau QSLs as I can get time and can afford the postage.
I have been a ham since 1960. I operate 160-2mostly CW but now also RTTY, JT 65 and JT9 and DM780 digtal modes. Chasing DX, RTTY and CW contesting are probably my favorite ham things. JT65 and JT9 are neat modes also though.
I use the electronic QSLing processes and that saves a ton of $$ - - - AND it is FAST!!!!!
I usually upload to LoTW and eQSL almost immediately.
When you see your CALL above our QSO is already in eQSL(AG) and LoTW.
If you send me a paper QSL - I will send you back a paper QSL by return mail.
I answer all Bureau QSLs as time and money permit.
If I am operating you will usually see my "ON AIR"sign in QRZ and the frequency at which I am operating.
CU on the air,
Last modified: 2014-03-16 03:07:08, 3272 bytes
You must be logged in to file a report on this page
Currently updating logbook display.