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Been a ham since 1990, first licensed as N8SYK.   Have been very interested since a young child, elmered by a close relative K8QDQ, Vern now SK.  Remember tuning around on his Swan 350, what a thrill.  Vern was also very active with phone patch contacts from our soldiers in SE Asia at the time.

Really enjoy working DX and have had the opportunity to do some contesting from superstation K3LR which is located just a few miles to the east of me.  Tim (K3LR) has been a great friend and mentor.

During the summer months you may catch me operating from my sailboat on Lake Erie or an inland lake.  My wife (Stacey)  and I travel with performance quarterhorses for a good part of the year so a mobile check-in now and then is likely as well.  I just added D-Star capability so watch out.

Equipment at the home QTH is IC 765, SB-220 and a variety of antennas including a Force 12 at tri-band at 55 feet with full-length dipoles for lower HF bands.

Mobile equipment IC 706 and ID 880.

Look forward to working you again!





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