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Hi. I'm Steve, WX2S, formerly WA3RQH and KF2IO. In the summer of 2012, I got back on the air after 30 years QRT. Things have certainly changed!
My QSL card commemorates my experiences as a "fox" in the QRP Foxhunt. I wasn't always so smug, though. The first time I played the fox, I went slightly outside the QRP subband. The hounds couldn't find me there - except for the best ones! Since then I've usually done better. For more info on the twice-weekly Foxhunts, visit http://www.qrpfoxhunt.org.
I enjoy QSL cards and would enjoy yours if we've QSOed. I have a nice paper QSL card which I'd be happy to send you if you'd like. If you would like a return QSL, please enclose a SASE (USA) or SAE plus two greenstamps (outside USA.) QSL requests sent without sufficient postage will be returned via bureau; cards sent via bureau may be delayed up to two years. But, frankly, I think paper QSLs are going the way of the dinosaur, especially for DX. If you can figure out all the voodoo with certificates, your QSL via LotW would be appreciated.
Now QRO here but restrain myself from using it all the time, just on pileups. Antennas are a modest Hustler 6BTV vertical and a less modest K4KIO hexbeam up 36 feet on a Glen Martin rooftop tower. (I am still waiting for the government to buy me a Yagi.)
If you've heard me on CW, you should know that I used to have a nice fist, but have been QRT for 30 years and am trying to get it back. Also the darned keyer sometimes puts too few or too many dits out -- that's my story and I'm sticking to it. So adTHANKSvance for your patience.
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