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I have been an Amateur Radio operator since 1994, while in elementary school I obtained my ticket. I was not active until2007when I got a house with some land so I could put up antennas and a tower. I enjoy rag chewing, chasing DXand working towards awards on the 3905 Century Club.

The shack equipment:Icom 746 Pro,Kenwood Ts450sat, Clipperton L Amplifier,Icom 2100 2 meters. My antennas, Hy-gain EXP 14, A 4 Element 10/15/20 Meter HF Beam Antenna and a265 foot Windomat 50 feet.

Today I am a Professional Firefighter EMT for a small city of 13,ooo. What a great schedule! I work a 24 hour shift and have 72 hours off, plenty of time for ham radio. What a great job, I wouldn't change it for the world! My days off from the fire station I have a small hobby farm. My wife and I enjoy going to gymkhanas with our horses and on long trail rides. Outdoor life here in Vermont is awesome.

You can find me on the HF bands, 10 through160 meters. I am working for different awards so QSL cards are very important. If I fail to send you a card shoot me an email and I will get it out to you yesterday! No SASE needed, I believe in card for card. On the WAS nets I prefer to QSL via the Bureaus, I am good in the OMISS and 3905 Century Clubs Bureaus.

Thanks for stopping by, 73 Gary

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