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Canada radio calls: ve7dxf, va7yt, ve7sis
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Port Hardy, North Vancouver Island, Iota NA-036. 

I am a outdoor person and my hobbies are exploring mother nature, wildlife, fishing and camping.  North Vancouver Island, BC, Canada is a beautiful Island and vast wilderness with wildlife, parks, trails, boating, fishing and camping. For example, hike into Cape Scott Park on North Vancouver Island where you approach a shoe tree, where travelers from around the world and hikers have left their mark by nailing hiking shoes to a tall red ceder tree from the year 1972.   To this day, hikers leave there hiking boots, shoes or sneakers nailed here.

Brown dog is Jake(sk), white pup is Montana, family left to right Teila, Tammy, Brook, Kate. 

My station is Kenwood, TS-940s, TS-830s, Icom 575, HW8-QRP.

My base antennas are Yagi Tribander Mosely Classic 3 ele 20,15,10 meters, home brew, 7 ele 6 meter home brew Yagi 18ft boom, and 2 verticals at 32'5" feet in lenth, 7 feet off ground, 8 radicals for each antenna, ugly baluns one to one, mounted for DXing for 40/15 meters, a maxon 2000 gp for 10m, and Moxon 2 ele yagi for 6 meter grids and DX....working all bands and ssb and cw!!!

The surrounding salt water in Port Hardy Bay from the Pacific enhances my RF signal. 

Thank you, Happy DXing!  73/72 Don.

Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, Canada.

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