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I was first licensed 1n 1972, under callsign VE2BLW, passed avanced exam in 1973. My first rig : National receiver NC-88 and Heathkit DX-60.

For the first three months, I was operating on only one frequency with a 7090 Khz crystal, until I added the companion VFO to the DX-60. After one year, with my advanced licence on hand, I added the HW101. I was very active, mainly on CW on 80, 40,20,15 and 10. I received my DXCC certificate in 1976 and a 50 more countries endorsement in 1978.

Now, after a QRT period of about 20 years, I'm back in business. Using an IC718, you.ll hear me mainly on CW on any HF band, trying to hit rare DX.

Now retired from printing business, I reside in a small condo with a small back yard. I'll manage to obtain the best performance from antennas built in a restricted area, helped by the Rig-Expert AA-54 antenna analyser.

I love CW and most of my QSOes are in CW, using a Bencher paddle.

I'm 100% in "100 watts and a wire" :

40/30M, 20, 17, 15 individual Inv.Vees;

12M, 10 full loops.

All antennas show SWR 1.5 or better. No need of antenna tuner.

I am 80 years young and I live in La Sarre, Quebec, Canada, a town of 8000 people. This town will celebrate his 100e anniversary in 2017 an I have been hired to make the centenial book relating the history of my beautifull town.

I love music, classical, sacred music in particular.

eQSL and LoTW.

Sorry. no more QSL direct or via buro.


Good DX, 73 !


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