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Originally from Ohio and licensed as WN8QYQ in 1973 I've been in 4 land for several years and now living in the Low Country of South Carolina. 40th year as a licensed amateur with some typical on and off periods through the years. Vanity call seems to be catchy and it plays well on CW.

I enjoy State QSO parties for the fun of it and still get in about 50% of my contest QSOs on CW. Now sporting a couple plaques on the wall. Contesting is thrilling and addicting!

Recently moved to a new QTH and I've been removing trees and other obstacles for tower and antenna placement. Nearly all the parts are assembled and pieces are in place for putting up the tower/TH7DX along with several wire antennas. Might even put up some VHF/UHF antennas for play during the bottom of the cycle but enjoy HF the most. I like experimenting with antennas.

Present station is Yaesu FT-950, FT-990, SB-220 and just a resonant dipole for 40 meters.

Member of Charleston Amateur Radio Society, South East Contest Club, Trident Amateur Radio Club, ARRL, and QCWA.

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