Thank you for looking up VE3LNU in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
I believe every ham should use this fascinating hobby to learn more about geography and culture around the world. Ham radio is a living laboratory - use it to your advantage! Exchanging signal reports is nice, but ask your contacts about their city, their climate, and their hobbies or work, not only their rig and antenna. :)
I spend most of my 'air time' from the mobile, usually on 17m, 40m and 20m, in that order. I can also be found on D-Star when mobile and not working HF, and portable on lunch hours with an ID 51A. My other interests include nature photography, astronomy, and off-road motorcycling.
I will QSL either via the bureau or direct, upon request.
73 and see you on the air!
At I0JQG near Rome, circa 1980:
Some of my wildlife friends:
Riding my old Honda XR250R in the Ganaraska Forest, Ontario, Canada (2014):
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