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I enjoy DX'ing and Contesting.

I have lived in St. Louis, Missouri for 54 years. My call is a reissued call that probably belonged to someone in the early 1950's. I got it in 1962 when we moved to St. Louis from Wilbraham, MA, My original Novice call in MA was KN1NDJ. After a year as a Novice I went to Boston to get my General in 1961 and received K1NDJ. I got my Extra in 1976.

I QSL 100% both directly, via the Bureau and via LOTW. If you don't find our QSO in LOTW E-mail me and I will enter it.

I am a member of the St. Louis Amateur Radio Club (K0LIR), I generally monitor our St. Louis simplex 2M DX tipoff frequency of 147.6 Mhz when I am in the shack.

My other hobby is Model Railroading. Between these two hobbies I am kept pretty busy in my retirement.

73,

Bill

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