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PJ7/KC0VKN (Dec 18-23 2010) QSL Via home call. Please include SASE/*OR* $$ for proper postage if you wish a card in return. *ALL* logs will be uploaded to LOTW when I return. *NOTE* I'm back; QSL cards are here and I've got most direct requests answered. I had a blast, thanks to everyone for the pileups!

Here is a bit about that trip, with some pileup audio: http://cw.rf.org

Have been licensed since fall of 2005. First DX was 3Y0X on phone about a week after I'd passed my General. Since that time I've been smitten by chasing DX. Current total is 301 confirmed, 303 in the log.  3Y0X is my only DX that I *only* have on phone!

Since I got my K2 in May of 06 my operating has primarily been CW. I've gotten more comfortable with it and haven't found the need to put a mic on the rig yet!

I primarily operate with 100 or less--unless I need it in the log badly! Warmer months see me tinkering with QRP gear and operating in the sun.

Station consists of K2/100 and a K3/100.

I've got a Begali Simplex that I purchased at Dayton from Mr. Begali that I really love. I don't think I'll be able to stop at just one...and I haven't!  I must say, my current favorite key is a GHD; the 307; I have an optical 507 that I also really really like.  My WBL V2L is also quite comfortable to use.  There is something fascinating about some of these keys and the makers.

I live outside of town and I spend a fair bit of time modeling and experimenting with wire antenna configurations in my back yard. I primarily utilize a 40M vertical, an 80M L, and a low tri-bander with various other bits of wire that come up and go down when the weather isn't too cool.

QSL any QSL sent to me!  W0 Bureau or Direct.

Many thanks to the N0MA crew for giving me an interest I didn't know I had, and then hanging around to answer the millions of queries I seem to be able to generate.

Special thanks to K0KK and W0TER (W5FH) for all those hours of CW practice. I'm really glad you took the time to help me get up to speed.

Proud member of FOC 2075 and CWops 635



Other clubs:  FISTS 12091 CC 1948, SKCC 3532, NAQCC 1518, QRP-ARCI 12830, GQRP 12142, IAQRP, and EIDXA

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - KC0VKN
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dedateband mode grid Country op
WB0GKH 2018-01-17 80M CW EN43IX United States Mitchel
K1AY 2018-01-17 40M CW EL96AV United States Christopher
WB0GKH 2018-01-16 80M CW EN43IX United States Mitchel
K1NVY 2018-01-15 20M CW CN87WJ United States FREDERICK S MACARY
N2KW 2018-01-15 20M CW EM19FA United States ALLEN M SINGER
N7YY 2018-01-15 20M CW CN85VH United States Daniel
N1KW 2018-01-15 80M CW EN61AO United States Robert
W0VTT 2018-01-14 80M CW EM20KP United States Michael
N1KW 2018-01-13 80M CW EN61AO United States Robert
K8PX 2018-01-12 80M CW EN82BP United States John
WB0GKH 2018-01-12 80M CW EN43IX United States Mitchel
VA3SZ 2018-01-11 80M CW EN92HW Canada Zenon
WB0GKH 2018-01-11 80M CW EN43IX United States Mitchel
WA7HJV/5 2018-01-09 80M CW DN05OP United States Jack
WB0GKH 2018-01-08 80M CW EN43IX United States Mitchel

Book Totals: 9925 qso's   754 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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