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First licensed in 1971, I am active from Ecru (Pontotoc county), located in North Mississippi between Tupelo and Oxford. I spend most of my operating time on CW or the Digital modes, but I still show up on SSB and FM from time to time. SKCC # 8994

As a side note, the town is named for the color of the train station back in the days when trains were used to move produce and livestock from the farming communities to market. Unfortunately, the train station is no longer there.

I still like to collect QSL cards. I will respond in kind, no SASE required.

I operate portable from time to time and I have LOTW certificates for my portable operations. For a better chance of a LOTW QSL please include the portable designator. The location information is filled out correctly if you are hunting counties and/or states.

The picture was taken while I was helping to activate W5UMS (University of Mississippi Amateur Radio Club) during the Mississippi QSO party during 2013.

73, Rick

September 2013: I am out of paper QSL cards at this time. I hope to have a new batch in shortly, so if you have sent me a QSL since September, be patient - I will respond. 73, Rick

March 2014: After a time of unemployment, I now have a job and I have new cards on order. Thanks for all the cards received. Hope to receive my new cards by late April and will be able to respond to all who sent cards.

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