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I operated from Aruba as P40CX December 3 - 10, 2012 including the 10 Meter contest on Dec. 8 - 9. I made over 6000 contacts during my stay. QSL this operation via K8CX, this address or via the bureau.

I have been active since first licensed in 1963. I am on almost every day DXing. I have all DXCC entities confirmed with a current total of 356. I have 2 towers, one at 80 feet and another at 130 feet. I also love contesting. I attend the Dayton Hamvention every year. I always stay at the Crowne Plaza Hotel downtown. This is where all the hospitality suites are. I hope to see you there!

I collect QSL cards and have a QSL Museum. If you have any cards from the 1920's through the 1950's that no longer interest you, please send them to me. Check out my on-line QSL Museum at http://hamgallery.com/qsl/.

Here is one of my new QSL file cabinets that I built. It has 12 drawers, 4 feet wide and 3 feet deep, 6 partitions each.
It stands 6.5 feet tall. This cabinet has over 900 screws holding it together.
It can hold over 210 feet of cards. I have 2 others but not as big.


 

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