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All contest contacts beginning 1 January 2000 uploaded to LOTW. If you want a paper QSL for any contact back to 1956, send me your card, and I'll send you mine. Sorry, I do not accept IRCs or UPCs--instead send SASE or one Green Stamp. Sorry, I do not use eQSL or QRZ.com Logbook.

My antenna is a wire forty-six feet high. Description here http://wwrof.org/webinar-archive/db-for-free-an-antenna-exercise for-little-pistols-by-hank-garretson-w6sx/ . If link doesn't go directly to presentation, click on "Older Posts." The Matchboxes are automatically switched in and out for each band.

W6SX Prime Directive: The first rule of contesting is to have fun.



Elevation 8083 in John Muir's Range of Light


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