I have been licensed since the 60's, when I was 14, about the time of the first satellite, Telstar. Since then, it has been interesting to watch the way and manner of communication between people progressing? Then radio was the thing, today.... radio is still the thing, along with light inside glass, otherwise known as fiber optics and the internet. I enjoy both.
Then I worked on a ranch/farm, and wished to be somewhere else, now, I wish I could spend more time with the Reg. Quarterhorses that I raise and train., and build more antennas and radios for folks.
Funny how it is that we are always looking on the other side of the fence.... and seeing greener grass. Almost makes one wonder, "Are we watering the wrong side of the fence?"
I really enjoy contesting, antenna design and test, and dxing. And mostly enjoy helping others by building for those that can't, because of any reason.
And since I live and operate in Wy,a short note about QSL policy is in order. I handle a lot of card requests a year, Please, if you can, send along a SASE, and on your card, note if we Qso'd during what contest on what date/time in Zulu. I like QSL cards, any type, but dislike spending hours looking for a QSO that took seconds to make and less to log in the first place. And it is very likely we worked on cw. So, please qsl with the assurance that I will too.
Maybe we can meet up one day, on the air, maybe Foxhunting, check it out at http://www.qrpfoxhunt.org, or in the next 7QP contest or on the NAQCC Thursday 20m Rocky Mountain Regional/Continental net at 2200z on 14.0625 or up if QRM exists
I enjoy building for folks, and thoroughly enjoy helping those that can't do SMD easily.
take care, and 72,
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