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First licensed in 1970 as WN2NTI, upgraded to WA2NTI in 1972. Moved to Colorado in 1978, where I lived for 5 years and held AC0Y, mostly active on 2m there. I've lived in Washington state since 1983, and have been active on HF (and lately on VHF) as KX7L since 1988. I enjoy CW and RTTY contesting, chasing DX and ragchewing, especially on the digital modes. I'm currently working (slowly) on 5BWAS, 5BDXCC and VUCC. My station is an Elecraft KX3, and Hardrock 50 amp, and all wire antennas: a 1/4 wave inverted ell for 160, which I also use on 80 and 40, and a 44ft doublet fed with open wire line, for 30m through 10m. I'm back on VHF as well, with an FT-736 feeding a 6 el Yagi on 6m, and a homebrew 10 el yagi on 2m. I also like to tinker with equipment, particularly building QRP rigs, when I have the time. A recent addiction is Summits on the Air where I chase mountain top activators and occasionally make it to a summit myself.

If you want a card from me via the QSL bureau, please indicate so on your card (i.e. "PSE QSL") I do not automatically respond to all bureau cards - there are just too many!  And be prepared to wait - I only send out bureau cards once or twice a year.

My QSL Heroes:
Call Sent via Days until received
ZD8ZZ K7ZZ 7
A35YZ OQSL 9
VP2MWG N0AT 11
FK8GX W3HNK 11
PJ4/W9NJY Direct 12
CT7/DJ5YQ Direct 13
F6EAZ Direct 14
CO2WL HA3JB 14
MD0CCE Direct 15
NP3U WP4U 15
SU9VB email/paypal 15
A3EAQ SP5EAQ 15
J28NC F5RQQ 15
XV2RZ OH4MDY 16
FO/F6CTL Direct 16
CR3L DJ6QT 17
A35WH DJ9KH 17

Slow, But they made it:
Call Sent via Days until received
HK0NA OQSL 115
TX5K OQSL 129
TC2X OH2BH 196
JX5O OQSL 264

Been waiting such a long time...
Call Sent via Days waiting
LU8EOT direct 510
CX4DX direct 510
YN7SU TI4SU 872
J79WE DL8WEM 903
OE5OHO Direct 922
A35CT KI0SO 943
LZ2VU Direct 1125

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