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13 Colonies Special Event 2014

K2J North Carolina

 
Wow, another fabulous event this year! Our K2J team logged a total of 10,092 QSO's.  Of those, 22% (2,200) were from DX stations (non U.S.). So it would appear that the 13 Colonies Special Event is gaining popularity worldwide.  Many thanks to all who participated, and thanks also for the many kind remarks submitted via e-mail.
 
K2J  QSL Requests
 
QSL requests should be mailed to my attention (address above) as QSL Manager for K2J, or to the individual K2J station worked. Each QSL request MUST be accompanied by a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope. Last year, we responded to over 1,000 QSL's, so obviously we do not have the resources to reply to QSL's without a SASE.  We QSL direct only. We are not uploading to either LOTW or eQSL.  DX QSL requests can be submitted via the Buro. For those, we will reply via the Buro.  Our QSL policy is to reply 100%. So, please be patient. We'll get a card back to you as soon as we can.
 
see also K2J on QRZ.COM
 
 
 
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Thanks for another great
North Carolina QSO Party

 

NCQP which was held on February 23, 2014 was a great success. All of our 100 N.C. counties were activated and we broke all previous records for total QSO's and logs submitted.  I had a blast operating as an expedition bonus station from rare Transylvania County, using our club callsign
NC4QP
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NC4QP on QRZ.COM
 
 
 
 
 
 
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   2014 marks my 50th year in Amateur Radio! It's hard to believe, especially since I'm enjoying this great hobby as much today as I did back in 1964. To celebrate, on August 18, 2014  I had the privilege of operating W100AW at ARRL Headquarters in Newington; a great thrill.  
 
   I am a native of New Jersey where my calls were WA2S and WB2PRS (WN2PRS). My XYL and I retired in 2009 and relocated to the Tar Heel State and couldn't be happier here in our new home.
 
   I enjoy every aspect of the hobby from Digital to Satellites (VUCC Satellites with a 5W Handie-Talkie) and everything in between. You name it, I'll try it, including recent excursions into Digital Voice on HF. I'm an occasional contester. My favorites are CW Sweepstakes, the North Carolina QSO Party and the QRP sprints. I have been enjoying Summits On The Air (SOTA) with over 6,000 chaser points. I've activated summits here in N.C. as well as in Ireland and Utah.
 
   I'm currently running an FTdx1200 and a KX3 (#0602).  There's nothing better than working DX while sitting on the beach or on top of a mountain, running 5 Watts to a simple wire antenna. Being retired affords me additional time to operate in special events. In January and September, I helped celebrate the ARRL Centennial in N.C. as part of the W1AW/4 team and had a blast. Please take a look at some of the videos I've posted of this and other operating events:

http://www.youtube.com/w4mps

   Married to the lovely and very ham radio patient Eileen for 44 years, we have 3 grown daughters and two grandsons. They are the highlights of our lives. Thanks to everyone in my logbook for some great QSO's. The next 50 years should be as wonderful as the first 50.

73,

Marc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proud member of the Potomac Valley Radio Club (contesting)

Raleigh Amateur Radio Society

Knightlites QRP Association

AMSAT and the ARRL.

DXCC , WAS Triple Play, Bicentennial WAS, VUCC Satellites.

I reply to direct QSL's 100%, no SASE required. LOTW, eQSL, Bureau all OK

Polar Bear # 291 / ARCI # 14531 / 10-X # 23731 / SKCC# 8935

NAQCC #6259 / GORC #395

"070": #1060 / 30MDG: 2601 / EPC: #8265 / DMC: #2380

Hope to work you soon. 73, Marc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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