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On my website you can read my story te be a HAM radio amateur. Also you can watch a live video stream witch give you a view from my check, when I'm playing with my radio toys. Please visit my website on www.pd0pzr.nl and please sign my guestbook.

For some reasens I'm not a club member, so if you want to send and receive qsl, the only way is to use Eqsl.cc or send a qsl card direct. All received paper qsl wil be answered with my own qsl card. It's no need to send irc or green stamps.

Best 73, André

 

 

Here you see one of the highest and most famous bridges in the country. The pilon is 139 meter high. It's crossed the river 'Nieuwe Maas' in Rotterdam and calls 'Erasmus brug' and connect the South and North part of the city of Rotterdam.

 

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