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Hello all: Please use the OMISS or CCN bureau or an SASE if you want a QSL card back it's the only way for a QSL

We live in Hillsboro just west of Portland, OR. My interests are nets, DXing, contesting and rag chew of course. Lately I'm flumbling my way through high fidelity eSSB with several new audio components and my VooDoo Labs modified TS 950 VMSDX #30.

The picture is my first rotatable antenna, a Lightening Bolt Quad, and my nephew in the bucket. Currently I use a three element SteppIR with the 30/40 loop.

I owe so much for the help to my Elmers Kevin K7ZS and his brother Greg K7YDL. Both great elmers. They've helped so much to many hams around Portland, OR but ask so little in return.

Amateur Radio is a great hobby.

73 and take care

Joe

KT7E formerly AD7XZ & WB7SRQ

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