Right ho, here's 'the dope':
Call originally issued to my great uncle between 1921-1929 and reissued to me in 1999 with the help of Fred Ward G2CVV (sk)
Only operate 100% CW mainly QRP- if you hear me on the air and I don't hear you, please send me an email using the link above.
DXCC, QRP DXCC, QRP WAC & IARU Region 1,2 & 3 Award All QRP CW
QRP Master 149, GQRP 10670, GQRP Chelmsley Trophy Winner 2010, 2011 and second place 2009
QRP ARCI 13713
Club '72' Guardsman 15
CW Operators Club No. 422
A1 Club 1878
Flying Pigs QRP 2366
Essex CW Club 009
RSGB since 1985 (I joined when I was 11 years old, thanks to the late G4WMV)
Ex: BRS92266, G7JLF, M5AMG & M0CXU
As of 2013, I will no longer be automatically sending out QSL cards for any of the QSO's I have. Having spent 20+ years avidly QSLing with very little reciprocal benefit, I have decided not to bother the bureau anymore with thousands of my cards which cost me a small fortune and never get answered. I will continue to send cards directly for contacts that add to my DXCC or WAS along with the appropriate payment and SAE (although very few seem to answer these nowadays and keep the money!).
However, if you would like my card then either ask me at the end of the QSO or send me an email using the link at the top of the page and I will put one in the bureau for you or direct if I receive yours first. I will of course, answer any I receive via the bureau by returning one through the bureau but as you know, this takes a very long time. I will also upload all my QSO's monthly to LoTW and EQSL.
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