Thanks for taking the time to look at my QRZ page. Hope we had a qso or more lately. And hope 2015 is good for you.
CURRENT LOCATION: HOME QTH - Fannin County, Savoy, Texas (70 miles North of Dallas, Texas - EM13uo)
LOTW POLICY: I upload all contacts and normally very soon on the same day if not the next. The exception is that if I am traveling and do not have Internet I then upload at first Internet opportunity.
QSL INFO: Please use LOTW. IF you send me a QSL please send to PO Box 217, Savoy, Texas 75479 USA. Include SASE for USA or SAE and $2 for DX or no return (sorry but just get too many). LOTW is wonderful. If I am traveling I have QSL supplies with me also. LOTW: I normally upload at least daily. EQSL: only on request and only if a contact from home QTH (they don't have a system for travelers like LOTW does).
LOG SEARCH - just enter your call to see if we have a qso. I normally upload to Club Log in real time. I also upload to LOTW after every few qsos. (Had to turn off Club Log at times if running a pile-up in CENT - program could not keep up!)
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10-10 66287, SKCC 12041, FIST 10181, NAQCC 3324, OMISS 3006, YLISSB 14418
I have written an article "RVing and Ham Radio" and QST turned it down for publication so my daughter helped put it in a web page if you are interested you can see it here: http://n5pht.weebly.com/ We use a different RV these days since that was written - current Ham Station on the Road:
We sometimes travel in our RV and so far I have operated portable from 18 or more States and it has been fun.
NOTE: IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) PLEASE EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW - TRYING TO KEEP TRACK OF THE HAMS I WORK IN THE LCMS. THANKS - of course your email always welcome even if your not LCMS hi hi
Been a ham since 13 May 1986 and active off and on until about 2000 and very active since then.
Antenna Farm: Tennadyne T8 log at 80 feet on the top of the tower. This covers 20-10 meters. For 30, 40, 80 and 160 meters I use an inverted vee dipole fed with ladder line to a balun and then coax into the shack.
Primary Station: KNWD TS-590S and generally run 100 watts. I have an Ameritron ALS-600 solid state 600 watt amp that I use from time to time. Well, I do love chasing DX and here are my awards thus far on the DX chasing:
73 de N5PHT, Gary Stone
AND - most of all and most important, a Child of GOD. The LORD does not issue certificate numbers because the "first shall be last and the last first." May you find the Lord as He loves you too.
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