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My QTH Apeldoorn is locatedĀ in the middle-east of the Netherlands and being a city for more than 1200 years. The royal palace Het Loo is about 900 meters from my house and good for a half a million visitors a year.

Started as a ham-operator when I left the royal navy, just to stay in shape as a CW operator. And now, 35 years later, I still practice CW every day, straight key, looking for DX or just for a chat.

Using a K3 and put the signals into a logper-beam, made by myself. The lower band-antennas are delta's.

I only use paper QSL-cards; every QSO will be acknowledged by me via the bureau.

I am a member of the Dutch navy radio club MARAC (014) and the SKCC (10959).

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