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I had little choice becoming a ham. Born into an all ham family, I had to learn Morse code at age 6. It was a family game to see who could send and copy the fastest. My mother always won. She was a fine CW op. And dad was the equipment and electronics theory mentor. Got my novice at age 10, general at 11 and extra at 15. First Class Commercial Radiotelephone and 2nd class Radiotelegraph at 16. High school and college years spent chasing contests, DX and then, uh girls. What a distraction. Then marriage and family while chasing a broadcast engineering career. Lived in 5 states with the ham radio hobby in moth balls for 35 years. Came back home to MT in 2015 and trying to get active again. Still enjoy CW, contests, DX, building and optimizing antennas. Only chasing one gal around these days. The one I married 40 years ago.

                       

          ELECRAFT K2/100     DRAKE R4/T4X TWINS      DRAKE MN2000 TUNER     MOSLEY PRO 57B BEAM        

        M2 LP-8  7-30 MHZ LOG PERIODIC   TRI-EX 63 FT SHUNT FED TOWER 160 & 80 METERS (70 RADIALS)

                  INVERTED VEE FAN DIPOLE (55FT) 160/80/40 METERS    2 X 40 METER BOBTAIL CURTAINS    

                                  160M FULLWAVE H-LOOP  & 460 FT BEVERAGE RECEIVING ANTENNAS   

                           

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