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Working conditions Kenwood Ts - 570D with a Heil Pro -5 head set. The antennas are a Hexi-5 beam at 40ft, a Gap Voyager vertical, a Titan vertical and a 160m Windom at 45ft. The amplifier is an Alpha 8410. I enjoy Dx'ing, but i also enjoy a long QSO as well. I regularly check in to some of the local 75m nets, the Gypsy Group on 40m and the 7.130 DX net.. My other hobbies include: building RC scale model warships, and hunting. I will respond to any and all QSL requests 100%. Please include a SASE, and either Green stamps or current IRC. I look forward to meeting you on the bands ....73.

The photo for the QSL card was taken on Founders Day in Shelburne, Nova Scotia 2005. It was a re-enactment of the Loyalist's Landing that saw approximately 10,000 people relocated from the Eastern USA after the end of the American Revolution.



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