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I started in Ham Radio in 1975 as a Novice, WN6JHR.  While I made a few contacts with the high school station, I mostly tinkered and blew up projects. I got back into Ham Radio in 1991 and advanced to Extra Class by 1992.

I've done a lot of building --- QRP radios, mosfet amps, station acsessories.  My station is mostly homebrew.  Primary radios are an Elecraft K2 and a Yaesu FT1000MP.  The MP drives homebrew, EB-104 style, 500W mosfet amplifier, while the K2 drives a 100 watt HF Superpacker.  I have a three element Steppir on a 45 foot crankup tower, a homebrew, trapped, 40 and 80 meter L-sloper, and a 30M 1/4 wave vertical on a 20 foot tower.

I am a "serious" contester and DXer.  I also play around with JT65 and JT9.

If you have me in your log at a different QTH, you have it right.  My wife and I traveled in motor home from Sept 2008 to August 2010 and I operated all over the country. See our blog: www.raincityhome.com/RAWH/index.htm  and my QST article April 2011, page 65.

LOTW or direct card requests.  No bureau cards please.

Western Washington DX Club, Radio Club of Redmond, ARCI 7942, FISTS 6299, NAQCC 2994, SKCC 6146, FELD HELL 2652

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