Note: I prefer paper QSLs, but LOTW /eQSL/QRZ is certainly fine.
Digital QSLs-- I upload ALL of my QSOs to LOTW and when I remember to, eQSL and QRZ. Feel free to send a card too, if you like, and I'll send one back! Unfortunately, if I owe you a confirmation from before 2011, I'm afraid all of my records are missing or have been destroyed in the Joplin, MO EF-5 Tornado.
Licensed since 1992 w/ same call. My rule is simple-- go where the DX is! ;) But you can also find me casually working contests, chasing certificates, and doing a little ragchewing, too!
I am most interested in DXing/QRP/Homebrewing. CW is my favorite mode, even if I'm not very good at it. I've been using Vibroplex and McElroy bugs on the air and even with tons of off the air practice, I'm just now starting to get the hang of it. Overall, I think I like the McElroy best. I still have a a soft spot in my heart for the venerable straight key, and sometimes switch back to my good old J-37s or J-38s. I really don't care too much for paddles and electronic keyers, but I think I will have to learn to use them anyway eventually.
I'm probably 60% CW/40% everything else. Although I'm still fairly new to them, I really enjoy all of the digital modes I've tried so far (RTTY/PSK-31/Hellschreiber/Olivia). I'd like to get started with the JT modes, but I haven't gotten around to it yet.
If you need MO on any mode (including phone) or band I can currently work (40m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 10m, and (with limited success and a tuner) 30m, and 12m) let me know and I'll be happy to set up a sked.
If you're a new Ham or even just new to HF or Morse Code and would like to try your hand at some CW, come on down! Be not afraid-- I'll go as slow as you need.
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