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Pensacola, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico.

Pensacola has the "World's Whitest Beaches"

( front and back of QSL)

 

My wife, Kim is KK4IKA and my son, Kenneth is KK4IKF

 

I was licensed as WN4OQF in 1970 at 16 yrs old.

44 years of being a ham in 2014 !

 

 

I maintain 2 repeaters in Pensacola, 146.850 at 300ft and 443.700 at 400ft elev.

View looking to the south toward Pensacola.

 

View looking east ( Escambia river in foreground, northern part of Pensacola Bay, Pace and Milton, Florida in the distance)

 

The "QTH "

40 FOOT ALUMA TOWER CRANKUP & TILTOVER. GREAT FOR DEALING WITH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS.

 

Added the 17 meter dipole between the triband reflector and driven element - Nov 2012.

 

Enjoy digital modes with the computer, have it fully interfaced to HRD for xmt and rcv (cw, psk, rtty, sstv).

Using the new ver 6.0 of HRD, and highly recommend it. The new logbook features really help.

 

Station is a tri-band beam at 45 feet, Icom 756pro3, and a 1 kw AL-80B amp.

I have worked 35 yrs as a Telecommunications Technician for a Power Company.

 

The wife and I enjoy RVing with our 5th wheel and traveling.

Best of all, I have always liked meeting people from all around the world.

                                      Best 73 and God Bless

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