My first QSL card from another country.
Thank you for stopping by to learn a little bit more about me. I was born in 1965 and like a lot of hams, I got into radio at an early age. Became an official ham in 1993 and made the move to extra in 2004. I have a stay at home XYL and 2 young boys who are beginning to show an interest in ham radio. I am now retired which gives me a lot more time to spend with my family and friends. Not to mention ham radio and my other hobbies which include the outdoors, firearms and restoring tube radios. I also enjoy military history and collecting military items from the civil war to Vietnam. This goes with-out saying the honor it is to be able to talk with any veteran. Thank you again for my freedoms.
I strongly feel that the ham community is a fraternity of wonderful people that are always there to help out. And as such, I would also be more then happy to help any one at any time any way that I can. Please feel free to email me about any thing. Together, there is no problem that we can not solve.
My motto has always been 100% ham-spirit in every sense of the word.
QSL info = 100% Direct or via Bureau. I also upload the logbook to LOTW and eQSL. Please do NOT send a SASE as these are not needed at all. But please send the paper QSL’s as I do collect them.
Thank you once again for stopping by and I’ll be looking forward to the next time we meet.
Hello!!! Welcome to Rhode Island! I started amateur radio in Dec 1997 as Prev.call (KB1CGG). Really like to ten meter activity. Got into 1010 international. 1010# 70008 more than likely did work all states but lost log while moving. Rig used is Icom IC-706MIIG, doing mostly digital modes. I hope that all the new hams have as much fun as i do. GOD BLESS US ALL.Best 73’s to all. de n1zw Robin