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Hello,

I have been a ham since 1975. I enjoy the QRP end of the hobby. Especially hiking out on the Appalachian Trail in PA with my K1. I have been going out every month on the AT since March 2000. I have 1,262 QSO's, 48 States and 30 Countries from the trail as of 1 August 2010.

I prefer exchanging QSL Cards the old fashion way. I do not exchange QSL's via e-qsl for my QSO's from the Appalachian Trail, this is because I make custom QSL cards for the AT QSO's. I will do e-qsl for QSO's from my home QTH but still a fan of the hard copy QSL cards.

 I operate 95% QRP CW, I do operate PSK31 and SSB. I like kit building my QRP radios. I also like hunting lighthouses on the air, ARLHS #423.

ARRL Life Member / Ten Ten Life Member #13173 / EPA QRP Club #1 / QRP ARCI #5318 / G-QRP #3031 / Polar Bear #1 / CW-Ops #228 / FISTS #10393 / SKCC #6367.

72 and Thanks, Ron de WB3AAL

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