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Canada radio calls: ve7dxf, va7yt, ve7sis
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North Vancouver island NA-036, I am a outdoors person hobbies are Nature,exploring, wildlife, mother nature outdoors; North Vancouver island BC, Canada is beautiful wilderness isloated wildlife vast Country, parks camping trails hiking to Cape Scott north Vancouver island were there is a shoe tree were travelers from around the world hikers left there mark nailed there hiking shoes to a tall red ceder tree from the year 1972 and still hikers leave there hiking boots shoes sneakers nailed to this tree, brown dog is Jake, White pup is Montana., Family left to right Teila, Tammy, Brook, Kate. 

My station is Kenwood,ts940 s,, ts830s, icom 575, HW 8, my base antennas are yagi tribandesr mosely classic 3 ele 20,15,10 m, home brew,7 ele 6 meter home brew yagi 17ft boom, and 2 verticals at 32'.5" feet in lenth,. 7 feet off ground 8 radicals for each antenna, ugly baluns,mounted for DXing, for 40//15/ meters,.icom 575, all bander Qrp 5/10 watts to 6 meter amp 200watts,, a maxon 2000 gp for 10m,, and Moxon 2 ele yag for 6 meter grids and DX,..working all bands and ssb and cw ,!!! The suronding salt water in Port Hardy Bay salt water on the Pacific helps my signal,  QRO/QRP in DX ,.. thank you, happy DX.. 73/72 Don.

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