W5PJR ....Also known as NMSSS... (New Mexico Stealth Super Station). My QTH is in the Cibola National Forest area, at 7500' elevation, and about 25 miles S/E of Albuquerque. All of my antennas are below the tree tops. Including my top loaded 160 meter vertical which towers to nearly 32 feet! The trees are mixed, Pinyon pine, Ponderosa pine, and Juniper, which is also called Cedar. It looks like Cedar and it smells like Cedar, so it must be Cedar?
My post office is Tijeras, but my home is about 15 miles South of there. I am within the boundries of the ancient Hispanic village of Yrissari.
If you work me? You will be hearing my signal from a "tradional" ham station. Emanating from DM64, Bernalillo county, NM, USA. I guarantee it will NOT be coming from a rental repeater somewhere. I will be listening to your signal from a radio on my operating table, NOT an internet linked, remote receiver, elsewhere in the galaxy.
I like to think Im a DXer..... I must be?? I dont operate in contests, and am not much of a rag chewer, so what else is there?
Interests are primarily RTTY and 160 meters. I have recently developed an interest in 6 meters. I expect to complete my DXCC on that band in about 20 years..... maybe. I do operate on other bands and modes, and of course, chase all the "new ones".
I do NOT... maintain a buro account. If, for whatever reason, you should actually want a QSL card from me??? I will be pleased to exchange cards with you! Just send me yours, and an address. No SASE or postage is required.
I enthusiastically, participate in ARRL's LOTW program ! All contacts will, quickly, be uploaded there. I check it every day, just like my mailbox.
Other related interests are collecting and restoring old Ham gear, built before 1950.
73 and I hope we QSO someday soon.
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