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I got a late start in life as a ham, it was on my 'to-do' list for more

than a decade, and didn't happen until late 2008 when the kids were

finally old enough to give me some free time.

 

 

My blog site is: http://ws4e.blogspot.com where I just keep track of my ham goings on.

I am a member(and current President) of the Louisville ARTS(Amature Radio Transmitting Society) Club ARTS ,

and participate in the OMISS Net #6695.

 

I also enjoy working from the field ever since I started taking my FT-817 to

remote locations, parks, etc., thowing up an antenna and working QRP.

 

I am a member of NAQCC(North American QRP CW Club) #3241 ,

and SKCC(Straight Key Century Club) #5784 .

 

 

I also enjoy the hobby of Homebrewing my own Beer, especially with lots of home grown hops.

Beer

 

 

My Current Gear:

Rigs:

- Yaseu FT-450

- Kenwood TM-D700

- Icom IC-2100

- Icom IC-730

- Kenwood TS-530SP

- Yaesu FT-857

Antennas:

- 80m Windom OCF Dipole (inverted-V, center at 50ft)

- Ladder Line J-pole for 2m @60+ feet in a tree for wide coverage

- Arrow J-pole in attic

- 43ft fiberglass HF vertical in backyard among trees

- Arrow 2m/70cm yagis for Amsat on Rotor

 

Picture of the shack:

 

Map of recent QSOs:

Recent QSO Map

 

Recent Logbook Entries:

Recent Log Entries

 

View my fulllogbook online here.

 

Recent Visitors:

 

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