I am a semi-retired litigation attorney and am now mostly a loafer. I have been a ham radio operator since 1968, when I was assigned the callsign WN3JJV.
I live on a small horse farm near Dexter, Michigan, shown above. I dabble in contesting, I have begun to dabble in digital modes, I do a lot of DXing (DXCC 320/329 countries) and am a member of the South East Michigan DX Association (SEMDXA) and of the Livingston Amateur Radio Klub (LARK). I am also a Red Ryder (#211) and I am QSL manager for the late, great Ed Bell N8MGW.
I have been an ARRL member since before I was licensed and am a Volunteer Counsel.
I still have my logs for VP2E/KT8Y, PJ7/KT8Y and VP2EST. If QSL cards are needed, U.S. stations send SASE and foreign stations send an SAE and 2 green stamps.
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