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(Image: KTØK excavating 11 million year old fossil rhinoceros skeletons at Ashfall Fossil Beds, Nebraska. QSL by UX5UO)


I enjoy DXing and contesting (as much as real life and sunspots permit!) and Skywarn and ARES activities (as much as the real world demands!) CW is my favorite mode except when storm spotting. (Even at 30 wpm, "Tornado!" just takes too darn long to send!)

First licensed as WN4KSJ in 1961 along with my father WN4KSK at the urging of my brother (then WN4IPC, later WB4KZL). I held callsigns WNØRTK and WBØRTK before KTØK.

Chief Preparator in the Division of Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Nebraska State Museum. (Retired 8/2014)

Member of the Lincoln Amateur Radio Club, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Also enjoy genealogy, photography and the good life in Nebraska (in spite of its Tornado Alley location.)

QSL direct or via the buro preferred. LOTW also welcome and appreciated. I upload all QSOs to LOTW regularly. Your QSL via buro, direct or via LOTW is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Sorry, I DO NOT use the EQSL.cc QSL service or QRZ logbook.

QSL manager for WB4KZL (SK) and KØKKV.


New Tower and Beam, November 2014
US Tower TX-472 72 foot crankup tower.
Optibeam OB 16-3  16 element interlaced Yagi tribander with 4 elements on 20M,
4 elements on 15M and 8 elements on 10M.  Love it!



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