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First licensed as a Technician (N0UJQ) on Oct 13, 1992, my first contact as an Amateur Radio operator was with WB0SRP on the Delphos 444.850+ repeater (then operated by N0AAB). Those first few days I had to write my callsign in the dust on the tractor window so I could remember it as I operated from the seat of the tractor. In those days, there were a few local repeaters linked via the 444.850 that eventually became the K-Link Repeater system known today.

I aquired the 444.850 repeater in 1994 and began working with other area repeater owners to grow the linked system into what it is today.

After upgrading to General on December 19, 2007, my first HF contact was once again with WB0SRP on 1.970 on Dec 26, 2007. (My make-shift antenna for this contact was the cable-TV coax support leader running across my yard)

I usually monitor whichever K-Link repeater I'm nearest, as well as on the local Yaesu System Fusion repeater.

I also enjoy flying full scale and R/C airplanes, photography, and camping with my family.

On July 11, 2012 I successfully passed the Amateur Extra exam just after my lovely wife passed her Technician exam.  

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