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Introducing...

…my ham radio site.

The site’s still very much in flux while I get the initial setup completed, so if you’ve stumbled across it this early you’ll probably see pages appear and disappear. The layout could also be different here and there as I try to get everything working the way I want. There may also be some “just trying things out” posts early on as I experiment with the WordPress engine itself.

The possibilities for this site are endless. I plan on having info on me and my equipment and since I’m relatively new to this hobby, I might be able to explain what I’m learning in a way that’s particularly helpful for newer amateur radio operators. As with most things in my life, I have a lot of half-started ideas that just need some dedicated time to turn into reality.

QSL Stats

  • Continents: Awarded Worked All Continents on October 2, 2015
  • States: 40 confirmed
  • "DXCC entities:" 55 confirmed
  • Number of prefixes contacted: 60+

Need to QSL?

I only use two methods to QSL, the ARRL's Logbook of the World and direct. Generally speaking, I will send a QSL card to my first contact in a new locale (state/province, DXCC entity) or those that are particularly interesting (North Pole, Alaska!). I'm quick about sending the cards, so if you do not hear from me and want a QSL card, feel free to send direct with a SASE.

Note for Internationals!

If you are NOT domestic to the United States, I WILL PAY for your return postage. If you send a self-addressed envelope with your QSL card, I will take care of the stamp to get the reply back to you.

Selection of QSL Cards

  • US Virgin Islands

    2014

    10-meter Contest
  • Alaska

    2014

    First contact!
  • Wyoming

    2014

    10-meter Contest
  • Arizona

    2014

    10-meter Contest
  • Puerto Rico

    2014

    10-meter Contest