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Hello Dear fellows,

I am an avid Dx hunter and cw operator. Cant say that I dont like contesting but love to chase Dx spots.

Back in the early 70´s I was a short wave listener that loved to look for broadcasting stations on mw.

For some reason on 1978 I was caught by an amateur radio virus that never left my blood.

Since then I have been active on HF on both ssb and cw.

I am not an award enthusiasm and never requested any award however I am confident that I had an opportunity to have a 2xway QSO with

some rare countries such as P5, 3Y0P, VK0(Heard island), and others.

I had the prividelge to operate from PY0T (Trindade island) for three times and Fernando Noronha, just once.

Callsigns used PT0T, PY1VOY/PY0T and PY1VOY/PY0F.

I have three kids, Anna (18yrs), Rich Junior (15yrs) and Nicole (8yrs), and a wife that cares much Veronica.

You normally can find me on the bands tracing some DX on 20/15/10 meters.

QSL information: If you need my QSL card please send to address above and include two greenstamps and SAE .

If you want to send via the bureau, you may try via PY1NEZ, but it will take a long time to receiv and get back to you.

LOTW is being uptaded frequently .

I want to thank you for visiting my page.

 

Best of luck and Good Dx

 

PY1VOY

RICK

 

Some pictures to follow:

 

 

1985 enroute to Trindade island with PY1DFF, Claudio.

 

 

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