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My main interest in ham radio is contesting. I have been doing it since the late 1980's. I am one who has a competitive nature and radio contesting has provided me with yet another way to satisfy the need for competition.

Contesting generates many, many qsl card requests. All contest logs are uploaded to LOTW (I no longer use eQSL). As for snail mail qsl requests it is next to impossible for me to keep up with it all. If you want a qsl card you can do it via mail but please, I appreciate sase's a great deal. I have a very busy schedule so I do not answer qsl requests with any regularity but I do try to set aside some time to do them every three months or so. Please be patient.

If you are reading this because you worked me (probably in a contest)......thank you very much for the qso. It is the people such as you that dial the bands and give out the qsos that makes this fun for all of us.

Occasional postings are put on Facebook....look for NX5M.

My other interest is severe weather.  I travel many miles, mainly during the spring months, documenting and reporting to media sources and the National Weather Service.  My local affiliation is with KBTX in Bryan, TX providing live reports when severe weather threatens the viewing area.  Several years ago my partner and I formed the Chaos Storm Team.  Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. 


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