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I am usually active during contests and always appreciate a QSO! The picture above is my main tower. It is a 135 foot (41 meter) rotating monopole painted green to blend in with the environment. Smaller towers on the property support a KT36XA triband yagi and monoband yagis for 15m and 20m fixed to Japan.


Main Tower:

  • 10m: Stacked 7/7 element monoband yagis by M2
  • 15m: Stacked 6/6 element monoband yagis by M2
  • 20m: Stacked 6/6 element monoband yagis by M2
  • 40m: Stacked 4/4 element monoband yagis by M2
  • 80m: 2 Element yagi by Optibeam
Tower #2:
  • 10m/15m/20m: KT36XA triband yagi by M2 at 45 feet
Tower #3:
  • 15m: 6 element yagi by M2 fixed to Japan at 75 feet
  • 20m: 5 element yagi by M2 fixed to Japan at 95 feet
Other antennas/beverages:
  • 160m: Full-size vertical with elevated radials supported by tall trees
  • Beverages to the north and south east

QSL Requests

I upload all QSO data to ARRL Log Book of the World immediately after contest operations. I try to get paper QSL requests out in a timely manner, but, admittedly, I seem to be perpetually behind. Thank you for your patience with QSL cards.

IOTA Hunters

Camano Island is no longer IOTA as of Feb. 2005. If you are interested in learning more about Camano Island please click here.


My QTH is 170 feet above the salt water of Puget Sound. This picture is taken from the main tower.


Taken on the tower Beaming Europe


Beaming South America and stateside.


Photo taken from a Kayak about 1,000 feet from shore.


A close-up of the main tower and antennas.


Looking from the water facing northwest.

Proud member of the Western Washington DX Club

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