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Freelance writer and historian, recovering bureaucrat, wannabe woodworker and part time resident of Freeland on Whidbey Island.

New to the hobby having received my General license in May. I am active on local VHF/UHF nets and am learning about HF both from my Seattle QTH and the Whidbey QTH.  

The profile photo is a selfie of me at the Seattle Marathon. It was 28 degrees F and the Gatorade froze on the pavement. 

 

In the Red Cross radio room for my first HF QSO 

My first HF QSO in the Red Cross radio room, May 2014. Thanks to Bill N6NBN for access. 

University of Washinton Police Department, 1970.

Civil Air Patrol Mariposa Search Base, December 1965. The rig is a U.S. Navy World War II TCS-14. The CAP had its own HF and VHF frequencies then. My own radio was a Citizen Band HT retuned to the CAP frequency. My call sign was Brown Bear something something. 

 

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