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If you are looking up my call sign related to someone jamming your net, cursing folks out, attacking and insulting folks on your net and so on, I assure you it isn't me. I have worked very hard earning my Amateur License and the Privileges that come with it. 08/2010, I earned Technician Class at the Greenville, TX Hamfest.,10/2010 I upgraded to General Class at the Ardmore, OK Hamfest. 1/2012 I upgraded to Extra Class in Shawnee, OK after finding a local testing session.

I enjoy the hobby, meeting new folks, talking with friends and making new ones. It’s a lot of fun to meet someone in other states and especially other countries. Sharing in their stories, learning about different customs, the enjoyment of others sharing their life’s experiences and the enjoyment in hearing others sharing their wisdom and knowledge. Amateur Radio is the best hobby in the world, hands down. What other hobby allows you to travel around the world, visit, make friends, visit with friends and visit other countries and new places without ever leaving the comfort of your QTH?

As of March 2014, I am portable operations only and limited at that. It's taken a little longer moving stuff to storage than planned but I'm just about there, finally. Moving from one state to another is hard tiring work. So after the last load, I decided all work and no play was getting really old (really fast!). Realizing that being homeless has it's advantages, the much needed break from moving has been refreashing. I almost forgot the fun and freedom of Full Time RV'ing. Downside to the RV and no antenna system on the Bus, guess I needed a break from radio anyway. Since March 2014, we've been property searching in Florida, putting things in storage and visiting family and friends along the way. The old moving plans having fallen apart (as plans often do ha ha ha) I decided to just enjoy the slow lane, small rural towns and take my time deciding on where to settle down (again) later. I'm looking forward to long visits with family in MT, ND, SD, UT, WY, NV, AZ, AL, TX, AR, CO, NM, CA, WA, ID, MO, IL, IN, KS, IA, KY, LA, MS, OH, FL, SC, GA, TN, NC and WV the rest of Summer, Fall, Winter 2014 and thru Spring and the first part of Summer 2015. I hope to be QRV from a new QTH somewhere in the U.S.A. late Summer or Fall 2015. 73's and looking forward to being back on air sooner or later...

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KA3IZE 2013-11-11 40m SSB EM93lr United States JOHN W GRAVES
KK7HO 2013-09-03 20m SSB DM26je United States TIMOTHY W VOLZ
YV5IUA 2013-04-12 12m SSB FK60nk Venezuela JOHN CARDENAS
VE4DXR 2013-02-09 20m SSB EN19KU Canada LEOR DRORY
ON7HLU 2013-01-29 15m SSB jo10pv Belgium hakim
WN6K 2013-01-20 40m SSB DM13je United States PAUL E DOREY
K1LTJ 2013-01-20 40M SSB FN31gk United States ALLAN P MATTHEWS
K1LTJ 2013-01-19 20M SSB FN31gk United States ALLAN P MATTHEWS
N1SUZ 2013-01-13 20m SSB FN31gk United States SUZANNE J LEVIN
KB3VZA 2013-01-13 20m SSB FN20ii United States Jerome F Gudknecht
KB4IAN 2012-12-01 40m SSB EM93mx United States Brian Blease
EI4IT 2012-10-30 17m SSB IO64dw Ireland John Nee
TA1CR 2012-10-25 10m SSB KN41md Turkey Can Kurtulmus
OO7P 2012-10-23 12m SSB JO21CF Belgium Patrick Morel
OP4K 2012-10-23 12M SSB JO21ff Belgium Joe ZIEGELSHIFFER

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