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Call Signs held:

Novice: KA7TVT - 9/28/84

General: N7HAZ - 4/19/85

Advanced: KF7XJ - 10/10/89

Extra: AA7DG - 01/30/90

Vanity: N7LT - 11/26/96


XYL, KC7ZER, Wendy Thiesen

Bro in-law, KC7HCR, Tye

Bro in-law, Ex KB0WFR, Hawk


I'm trying to work as much CW on 30 meters a possible...you can usually find me there at round 0300 to 0600Z each evening.

When the band is open, you can also find me on 6 and 10 meters.

I also enjoy 10 meter DXing, 10 FM, 10 Meter Repeaters, PSK-31, VHF/UHF weak signal work, Sats, Contesting, mobile HF operating, repeater building, beacon building, and lots of rag chewing. I like trying it all and I'm nowhere close to accomplishing that!

You can also catch me on the local MRLA machine, 147.180 MHz., the club repeaters of 146.76 and 147.38, or our IRLP node #7430.

I own two beacons. One on 28.249 MHz and the other on 50.074 MHz. Both beacons are located down in DN45. NOT DN28!!! You can find more information and lots of photos about them at: www.qsl.net/n7lt -The beacons are 5 miles north of Bozeman Montana which is about 5 hours from where I live here in NW MT. Norm, KD7TQM, is my control op for those beacons. All QSL's should come to me via the N7LT Kalispell, MT address shown above please. I hope we have a QSO or you can copy and report my beacons soon!

Also, I'm the Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park Hamfest Historian. If you have any old GW Hamfest material, Pictures, pamplets, videos, anything, please contact me so I can get a copy of them for our history records!

I'm also putting together a history of Amateur Radio in Montana. If you have any old Montana Ham radio related items, photos, QSL cards, log books, ANYTHING about Amateur radio History in Montana, please contact me!

73 de N7LT, Lyndel


Working 2 and 440 repeaters from Granite Park Chalet, Glacier National Park, August 21, 2010 at 9:30PM under a full moon. What a weekend!!!


N7LTand KC7ZER, on the summit of Swift Current Peak (8,369ft) in Glacier National Park. August 22, 2010.

Cold but what a VIEW! Temp was 40 degrees and wind at about 30mph. Windchill, bloody cold! It started to snow about an hour after we came down.

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