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I got my Novice license in 1962 followed the next year with my first Technician license.  My first call sign was WN0DTN.  In those early years I worked CW exclusively.  Unfortunately,  school and then Uncle Sam interupted my plans and I did not renew my license.  Nonetheless, I always missed my Ham radio years so I got inspired again in 2011 when a former business partner (who had retired) sent me a message (relayed through another Ham) from the middle of the Pacific Ocean while he and his wife were sailing around they world on their boat, I studied and got my second Technician license in 2012 followed by my General Class license later that year and my Amateur Extra license in 2013.  I am now a member of Chapter 64 of 10-10 International (#77514), SMIRK (#6981) and QCWA.

On HF and Six Meters I operate with an IC-7300 and an end fed dipole. On Two Meters and 70cm I use a Kenwood TM D710 and a J Pole antenna.


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