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New (October, 2004) contest sight at Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin, Douglas County (EN46). Only 35 miles from Duluth, but at vacation home in Wisconsin. Major contests: ARRL SS (both modes), CQWW (both modes), ARRL 160,and ARRL DX (both modes)will be done from this location.  As of October, 2012, ALL operating will be from Wisconsin sight.  Non contest times I will run the station remotely from my home in Duluth.  The stack cannot be used remotely, but all other antennas are available. 

Equipment as of November, 2011 includes: K3 (2),Alpha 87A, Alpha 89, Stack of C4 over C3 (82' and 55') on US Tower 71 (tubular) plus 11' mast, A4 on 56' tower (450' back in woods),80 meter 4 Square, 40 meter 4 Square (new 2008), and top loaded 160 vertical. Also have 2 bi-directional Beverages for 80/160. Highlight so far was working 104 countries on 80 in CQWW CW--2008. Most of the DX contests are now done as a M/2 or M/S depending on crew.

Glad to immediately respond to all QSL requests with a return, and try to do a bureau mailing once per year.LOTW usually within a week of major contests

Will be doing Minnesota QSO party and Wisconsin QSO Party as rover mobile. Will respond immediately to all MRC/SASE for these counties.

Been licensed since 1957 and, with all of the other life activities, still never seem to have enough time for this great hobby.

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