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20185 Chestnut Ridge Rd
United States

QSL via:
eQsl, LOTW, QRZ, No, thanks    

QSL manager:

LoTW, eQSL, Club Log and logged now and again. Semi occasional updates to QRZQC and HamQTH when I get around to it.

I've been interested in ham radio since I was a kid but it wasn't until I decided, at age 49, to take the plunge and get my ticket. I studied for the tech, passed it and took the general and ended up walking out with HF privileges.

A South Dakota native, I was living in Brooklyn NY for a year or so for work but once the virus started taking over the city I moved down to Leonardtown MD for the time being. The current shack is in a screen room and I setup and tear down the gear every night after use.

Like every other ham, I have an ICOM IC-7300, a nice upgrade from my IC-7200. The radio goes out to a 40m around 45' up oriented N/S and an E/W 6-80m windom that has the 80m vertical radiator.



Also in the shack is a TYT MD380, an AnyTone AT-D878UV with a UHF DVMEGA hotspot for DMR, a Kenwood TH-D72Radio Shack Pro-164 scanner and 4 or 5 Baofeng UV-5RA HT disposable junkers.

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