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Thank you for visiting me on QRZ.COM. I rely on portable antennas to operate SSB from my home or in the field. I have five PAR end-fedz wire dipole antennas (6, 10, 15, 17 & 20 meters) that I attach to either a 28' or 31' telescopic fibreglass pole. I also have a Buddipole kit that is fun to experiment with.

The photo of my ICOM 7000 as I operated W4/VA3ONO 90 watts near Punta Gorda, Florida in March 2014.  

Also pictured is my FT-817ND operating QRP battery powered portable on Lake Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, August 2014

         

                                               

The photograph at the top of my page shows one of the two old wooden light houses that stands on the east pier at Port Dalhousie in my home town of St. Catharines. Formally known as the Village of Port Dalhousie, it was the Lake Ontario entrance for the first three Welland Ship Canals that raises ships around Niagara Falls to Lake Erie. The fourth Welland Canal, located to the east of Pt. Dalhousie, is a major link in the current St. Lawrence Seaway H2O Highway system that connects the five Great Lakes with the Atlantic ocean.Niagara Falls is about 18 kms south-east of St. Catharines.

 

 

 

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