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Irma came to town and I left!  I drove to Jackson, MS and managed to spend some time on 9/11 working QRP from a local park.

FT-817ND for QRP work from home and local parks

FT-817ND and LDG Z817

Setup in a local park for QRP work on Wednesday mornings

Sunrise Park, Holly Hill FL

Chameleon Antenna MPAS with Mil-Ext whip added

CHA MPAS antenna with Mil Ext

Antenna setup in a park

Chameleon MPAS antenna in a park using a spike mount

Old Icom IC-T7H HT for 2m and 440 use

IC-7300 and power supply are here and I'm learning how to use this radio.

I'm willing to setup QSOs in advance, send me a message with some suggested details.

I've been around radios as a listener for many decades.  SWL, Utilities, Federal, Military, Public Safety, Marine, Aviation, and most anything else.  I started study for my amateur radio operator license way back when there was a code requirement.  I never could get the hang of it.

I was active on the HAMNET forum of CompuServe way back when everyone used dial up modems.

I attended the first ever Monitoring Times convention in Atlanta, Georgia.

I was the editor for the Bay Area Scanner Enthusiasts (BASE) newsletter for a while in the 90's.

I wrote the "Scanning and Computers" column in Popular Communications magazine for a while in the 90's.

I stopped listening to my radios around 2004 and took a vacation from the hobby.

Recently I thought it would be nice to be able to have my scanner in the car and not break a Florida state law against that, which has an exemption for amatuer radio licensees.  I studied and passed the Tech and General tests.

A quick test using WSPR and 2.5 watts

I also spent some time with a local QRP group that operates from parks and thought that was interesting, although it's the data modes and not CW that caught my eye.

LoTW for QSLs preferred, QRZ used too.

Technician license granted 8/18/2017

General license granted 8/30/2017

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