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My rig is a K3 running 100w. Believe it or not, I worked you using a little Tarheel 75A screwdriver antenna clamped to my balcony railing on the 7th floor, shown below.

     I was first licensed in 1961. Ex: WV2VKK, WA2VKK, WA3UIY, KB3YX (and 9H3LN for a week in Dec.,        1989).

     FOC #1878, CWops #133, SKCC #10071, QRPI #85.

     If you love CW, ask me about FOC or CWops, or check the web sites: www.g4foc.org and www.cwops.org.

     I'm always glad to QSL direct, via the bureau or LOTW.

"Along the smooth and slender wires, the sleepless heralds run. Fast as the clear and living rays go streaming from the sun. No pearls of flashes, heard or seen, their wondrous flight betray. And yet their words are quickly caught, in cities far away."

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