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Hello from Glen Rock, PA!

I qsl 100% via LOTW and typically upload every month. If you need a paper qsl, please qsl direct with sase. I'm way behind on my bureau cards with limited hope of completely catching up. In other words, DON'T qsl via the buro!


INFO: 12/2/2014 off the air for 1 year, ice storm early this year damaged antennas,  returning very soon, skimmer back on now


If you still collect cards and would like a paper card, please QSL Direct with SASE.

I have a cw skimmer feeding spots into RBN. It uses the QSR1 receiver with a ground mounted loop antenna.

My station uses mono-banders on low towers from 60 to 77ft height. The towers are called "rocket launchers". They are surplus towers meant for portable use. Google AB-577 or AB-621 for pictures. Sort of a permanent Field Day set-up. The lower stack antennas are all fixed to Europe.

10m 6 over 6 at 60/30ft

15m 5 over 5 at 65/40ft

20m 4L at 77ft and 3L at 60ft

40m 2L at 77ft

80m dipole at 70ft and full-size vertical

160m 60ft high invee

I currently use two K3's on CW and a FT1000D on SSB







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