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Thanks for visiting my QRZ page today.  I am 66 years old, been ham for 28 years and have spent most of those years learning and mastering the art of morse code.  Out of the over 19,000 contacts 95% of them are using morse code and I don't see that doing anything but getting higher.  I love working DX, it is my passion and I continue to try to better my pile up skills to become as good of a operator as I can.  We all make mistakes and call on the DX station's frequency from time to time, but do what I have tried to do in the past, "LISTEN" to the station before you call, it always helps.  I admire DX station's that work large pile ups using  simplex, takes a very good operator to do so and I think they know who they are, so cudos to you guys and gals.  I love to QSL, but costs are getting high, so please use a SASE.  It is always welcome here and I always send when I need yours.  Love our hobby but when things get out of hand I've found it best to just shut down the rig and do something else, "even though I need that DX", but it's not worth all the bickering on the bands.  Hope we have made some nice Q's and look forward to many more in the future.  


73 es DX,

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