A QSL is guaranteed via LoTW and eQSL provided I didn't fat-finger your call when I loaded it into my log. LoTW is the preferred QSL path. It's easy and works very well. Even though I'm relatively slow with paper cards I will eventually send a card back. SASE/Green Stamp not necessary but appreciated.
Rig: Flex 6500; Amp: Ameritron AL-811; K4KIO Hex Beam @ 30ft, GAP Challenger DX ground mounted; 80-10M OCF Dipole @ 28ft; Keyer: Palamar Engineering IC Keyer MK V; Paddles: Begali Pearl, Vibroplex Cube, and Bencher BY-1; Headset: Heil PSE-6; Microphone: Heil PR-781. The Begali Pearl is the best CW key I've ever owned or had the pleasure to use. Finest quality craftsmanship.
Coming this spring/summer: 50ft Universal Tower. The tower base is poured and will be ready for the upright tower soon. The hex beam will be on top at about 55 ft with an MFJ-1785 rotatable dipole for 40-80 meters just below at about 50 ft. See the base construction photos below. The hole for the base is just a little larger than recommended but the 8 cubic yards of concrete should do the trick. There will be at least a 30m dipole and a VHF/UHF vertical hanging from the tower, too. Looking forward to having the installation completed. Hopefully before the end of May.
Hope to see you on the bands. Thanks for taking the time to check out my page. Gud DX!
QCWA #35850; CG CW Operators Association: ZUT #1604
DXCC Mixed #46,287, DXCC CW #13,212, WAS #56,957, WAS Digital, WAS JT65
WPX Mixed, Mixed NA and Mixed NA Digital
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Tower base for the 50ft Universal Tower:
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