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alias for: LA5SAA

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Welcome, thanks for visiting my page !


If you really want/need my paper QSL, please send your's via mail, and enclose an addressed envelope.

Dollars or IRCs are not necessary. I confirm e-QSLs.

Im licensed since 1962 and member of:
Norwegian Radio Relay League, AGCW #3711, SKCC #11129T, Flying Pigs #3302.

I work 90 % in CW - but I am not a high speed operator.

I like realistic reports. 5NN sounds cool, but is often just a bad joke no

73 es cuagn/awdh de "Mick"


My QSL shows the view from my village towards the east.

LJ was a special prefix in 2014, to memorize the 200 years anniversary of the Norwegian Constitution.
I started using LB6BG on January 1st, 2015.

Earlier calls: DJ8EP, LAØBY, LA5SAA


And this is the view from my community towards the west:

In the background the North Sea...

A quick look into my little shack:

From left to right: FT-450, IC-7200, Tuner MFJ-974 and my buddy XARA (cairn terrier).
On top of the Icom the old memo-keyer K-1 from Logikey.
Hidden behind Xara: Bencher paddle and the bug HiMound BK-100.

I sometimes also play qrp with my FT-817.


My outdoor antenna is a doublet, 2x18 m, up 35 feet.

You may read more about me and my family here.

The nature in southwest Norway was one of the reasons why we emmigrated to this beautiful country.

The "Preikestolen" (Pulpit Rock), the biggest tourist attraction in my area (250 000 visitors in 2014).
It takes a 2 hours walk to get up to the rock.


The famous Lysefjord begins only a short car-ride from my home. At the upper left is the area, where we walk our dogs.

The end of the Lysefjord


In the mountains, where we walk our dogs whenever wx allows - my flatcoated retriever "Laura" (SK)

Midsummernight in my village: June 21, 23:00 UTC. My daughter's Sibirian Husky.

The battle of Hafrsfjord - snapshot from an outdoor theatrical performance


Swords - a monument in Hafrsfjord



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