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Licensed in July of 2007 at age 59 at first because my main interest was working DX, I guess from the early 70's in CB and hearing other countries. Many close friends elmered me from the very beginning on DXing and Antennas along with station building. To them I owe most all of my success in the hobby and close friendships that devolped over the years. They are K0AZ Mike, seated and K0GUN Gordon photos taken at a antenna party at my QTH. Both of them were ARRL VE's and the 3 of us held testing sessions every month for all class's of license and assisted other clubs with their testing when needed.


This is my current station as of 12/1/16 (bottom photo), it changes often and as you can see I run QRP to QRO chasing DX. I'm a casual DX'er and started keeping a log in 2009 getting closer to 5BDXCC with 2 WARC bands also. All contacts are Phone, not that many worked toward my DXCC totals only 295 worked/282 confirmed so far, have a long way to go.

In May of 2017 decided to try the digital modes RTTY, PSK-31, etc. thought that I would have gotten around to it earlier but always something else in the way. In Oct. 2017 made my first FT8 contact and now most of my shack time seems to be this mode with low power under 100 watts max most all at 40w.

Main antennas are a Mosley Pro-67 C-3 all band 10-40m yagi @ 60', a Hi Gain Hy-Tower 10-80m with a 160m add-on vertical, a 270' OCFD @55', 6m veritcal and 7 ele. yagi @ 65', 2m vertical and 17 ele. yagi @ 70'.


I enjoy rebuilding the 101 series and have a set of twins with every option that Yaesu offered to go with that line, about 6 yrs total to find everything. One of the hardest to find a perfect QTR-24 Yaesu Clock. I use the twins and one of the FT-101E's for 80m AM still get good reports.

This is my built for offroad use Jeep and used for mountain QRP use with an Elecraft KX3 and several portable antennas. It also has a CB " w 102" whip, Yaesu Quad band 10/6/2/440 with a Quad band antenna mounted to the roof rack. It will go about anywhere (and has done so) many times in mud, snow, ice making my own trails.



My Jeep GC Overland moble setup. Kenwood TH-480HX 200w, IC-2820 UHF/VHF/D-Star

Screwdriver antenna with offset fold down receiver mount 10-80m, 2/440/D-Star is a motorised fold down unit mounted to the roof rack so I can get into the garage with whip removed from screwdriver.

Install of the Mosley Pro-67 C3, M2 6m, M2 2m full day with 8 people working.


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