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Thanks for looking me up!

I operate HF with an Elecraft K3 exciting a Yaesu FL-7000 solid-state amplifier.

I have a K4KIO hexbeam, and an end-fed Zepp mounted to a 64' tower.  The Hexbeam rests at 1145 feet (349 meters) above sea level.

For receive, there is a DX Engineering Activie Receive antenna.

If you've never tried a Beverage antenna, I encourage you to do so! On mine, many signals are increased 3 s-units while the atmospheric noise is reduced at least 3 s-units. In many cases, the DXE receive antenna provides better S/N than the beverage!!!!

I've been an amateur radio operator for 38 years. In the early days, I operated a National NC-300 receiver and Heathkit AT-1 transmitter. Rob, W8RW was my 'Elmer' though we were the same age. We've been to numerous Hamventions since those days!

I'm married and have two wonderful children.  :)

May God Bless you!

Our home during the November 17, 2014 storm:


This is what our home looks like without all the white stuff:

You may find me QRV from here in the summer:

Mooney airplanes are wonderful machines!  I've been flying this one over 15 years:

Playing in the weeds:




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