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Licensed since 1959 with this call, I also hold the call VE3NH. I am the trustee and "chief engineer" for VE3MCR and VA3MCR, the repeaters of the Middlesex County Repeater Association.  I am retired, having spent 30 years as a high school teacher and 27 years as the owner of a 2-way radio communications business.  I am an active topbander, DX chaser on HF and 6M, and a casual contester.  I restore boatanchors, dabble in QRP, and am an active homebrewer.  I also enjoy building antennas for all bands.  QSL is preferred via LOTW or SASE.   Bureau cards are discouraged at this time as I send via the ARRL bureau only every couple of years.

I am fortunate to live on a farm with lots of room for antennas. The TX antennas are: on 160M a phased pair of 81 ft top-loaded verticals; on 80M and 40M, single 1/4W verticals as well as dipoles for each of these bands; on the higher bands, a Mosley CL-33 tribander at 60 ft.;  on 6M  a 4 element wide-spaced homebrew yagi at 65 ft.  On RX, I have six 800 ft Beverages, a K9AY loop and a full-wave horizontal loop.

Above is one of my vintage stations.

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