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First Licenced as KF7TDF in 2011 and  have been CW 99% of the time since then, upgraded to general in early 2012 and extra in May 2015. I live in a small rural community of Big Piney, Wyoming it is located about 100 miles south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

I was Elmerd by WB7DJ, Dale Johnson in Green River, Wyoming. Dale taught me the code and how to work it, another mentor was KC7BJY, Jon Colson of Big Piney, Wyoming. Jon taught me alot about 2 meters and antennas

I operate on mostly 40 and 20 Meters, I became a active member of CWoPs in 2015 after going through their  CW Acadamy program, a program I Highly support and am now an advisor for level 1 students. this program will teach you Morse Code if you want to learn or will get your speed into the 25 wpm range in just a short time. Please if you have tried to learn Morse Code and been frustrated by slow progress go to the CWoPs web site and sign up for classes, the sign up process will ask you your level of operating so to place you in the proper level.

I am also am member of QRP ARCI and NAQCC, two clubs dedicated to furthering the use and equipment of QRP operating. NAQCC has montly sprints that are loads of fun and QRP ARCI has two sprints a year and a wonderful program, FDIM (four days in May), that runs with Hamvention in Dayton OH in mid May each year. I have attended 3 of the FDIM programs and have had a ball at every one. if you are interested in hands on building and QRP operating you should look into becoming a member in either of these clubs.

I currenty operate a Elecraft K3s at QRP and QRO (mostly QRP), I try to operate the full 18 hours of the 7QP party in early May and work at least 10 to 15 contact in the state QPs that run almost every weekend from somewhere. I also enjoy QRP fox hunts that run for 8 weeks, one in summer on 20 meters and one in winter that run on 40 and 80 meters. these are very good training for making contacts in a pileup and also working a pile up if you are the fox. look them up on the web under QRP Foxhunts.

 

 

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