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KT9X - Lahra "Flip" Svare
ARRL Life Member
ex: KJ7UN    ex: KC7HCB   First Licensed 12/06/1994
In the Mojave Desert:
Grid: DM26af
County: Nye County, NV
CQ: 03   ITU: 6
I'm a retired Fire Chief, an Emergency Communications Coordinator, a Web Programmer and an Author.  
Today, I'm totally enjoying a quiet life, free from pagers and late night emergency calls.
I'm a CW OP and you'll find me on the low end of the bands most frequently.
I love contesting, dxing, occasionally rag chewing, poking around on PSK,
and talking to my far away friends. My portable HF station is a lot of fun.  
I love my husband, my hybrid conure and my crazy doodlebug dog.  
Life is good -- I love being a ham.
I use eQSL, LOTW, QRZ or email for QSLs.
I can email you a printable copy of my QSL card.

I will also QSL via post, but response by post takes longer.
Please include a self-addressed & stamped envelope
if you wish a return card by post.

I also manage QSLs for N9DRS.


Pahrump Amateur Radio Repeater Association
ARRL Life Member 
10-10 International #68896 
Flying Pigs QRP #1548
Original QRP-L.org #192 
CW Fists #2785
Norcal QRP Club 
The Second Class Ops Club #1067
North American QRP CW Club #7235
YLRL – Young Ladies Radio League 
Int’l DX Ass’n - INDEXA #4206 
Straight Key Cent.-SKCC #2474 
Nevada Skywarn Wx Spotter #NV-230
W5YI VE (Volunteer Examiner)
ARRL VE (Volunteer Examiner)
NRA – Life Member

Former Orgs:
Big Sky Skywarn Wx Spotter #151A 
Gallatin Ham Radio Club
Motorcycling ARC


Chirp - radio programming software
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Ham Radio Deluxe (also Radio Control & Logging)

Yaesu FT-991

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QYT KT8900
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38 Special
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Vibroplex Red Straight Key
Vibroplex 100th Anniv. Bug
Vibroplex Vibrokeyer/Sideswiper
Vibroplex Iambic



As posted to the Original QRP-L list on Mon, Nov 18, 1996:

Hi Gang!  My Jack Russell Terrier’s actual experience and my
constant struggle to bag those furry QRP foxes each week was the
inspiration for this poetic effort.  I thought I’d share it with my QRP-L friends!

BY:  Lahra KT9X Svare (formerly KJ7UN) QRP-L #790

The Fox –

I saw a fox, without antenna, sitting on a rock so cold.
And danced around him on the ground a terrier was so bold.
She barked and whined and jumped about to try to get him down.
The fox just shook and hissed at her beneath his frightened frown.
The terrier could not scale the rock, for her it was too high.
And so the fox did wait it out as slowly time passed by.
At long last the terrier tired, this fox had worn her out.
Besides, her bark was getting sore with every time she’d shout.
Begrudgingly, she walked away, her ears hung way down low.
And after she was far away, the fox could finally go.
And so this all just goes to prove, what this poem is about.
A fox is not so easily caught, with antenna or without!



ARRL Emergeny Communications Basic/Level 1
ICS700,  ICS702, ICS703 ICS706, ICS800 & IS907
Wildland Firefighter I & II, Structure FIre, Engine Academy, Retired Fire Chief

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