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QTH, both modes. Then I went to Aruba to operate on the P40L team, multi-single in CQWW CW. It looks like we won. My 25% of the score will be credited to MLDXCC, hopefully over 4M. I operated a few hours in the ARRL 160 from Truckee and had a blast learning more about this mysterious and difficult band on which I'm quite the novice. My best receiving antenna was a Mag 240N!

Now I'm tired of accumulating ham shack pallor and intend to spend some quality time in the Sierra sunshine, sliding down mountains on a pair of hi-tech barrel staves! 73,Rick N6XI

NA6E and WT6P Sale Items!

Norm, we really appreciate your assistance with this posting.  We’ve sold our home and moved into an apartment so must part with some of our equipment.  

We have purchased an IC-7000 and look forward to using it with the High Sierra antenna at the apartment and on our weekend camping trips as well as mobile fun. Thanks again,  Mary and Mark

Icom 756ProIII – 3 months old, on the air for less than one hour.

$2500.00 Firm

Kenwood TS-940Sat

Includes CW filters, variable rate tuning and RS-232 converter from Piexx (com port ready).  Full power out, all features work FB.  Includes matching speaker (no mic), service and operators manual as well as Kenwood service bulletins.


Kenwood TS-570DG

Standard features as sold.  Full power out, all features work FB.  No Mic.


Force-12 C4SXL - 40-10 meter yagi (50 lbs).  No damage.  Includes 2 Force-12 baluns, one for 40 meter feedline and one for the 20-10 meter feedline.  Up for 4 years.  Currently disassembled in storage.


Icom IC-821H  VHF/UHF all mode communications and satellite radio.  Full power out, all features work FB.


2 yagis - One VHF and one UHF.  I believe they are Cushcraft and are 4-6 elements each.

$25.00 for both

All prices are cash or money order.  If shipped, insurance is mandatory, actual shipping and double-box packing charges will be added to sale price.

Mary – NA6E and Mark – WT6P

916 726 1041 (home)

916 595 4990 (cell)

Citrus Heights, CA


The big news this month was that Santa made an early stop at the W6SR QTH. The present was in the form of an 80M QSL card. Not just any 80M QSL card, this one was from C91CW in Z-37, confirming my 06 August 2005 contact. This is important to me since it was my 200th, and last zone, I need to complete my 5BWAZ. It has been 27 years in the making. Whew! Thanks again Santa!

Other stuff going on this month was that I made a 3 day trip to LA to join my ex office-mate at this retirement party.  He had been with the company for 41 years! Our kids were up for a few days, to go to my brother’s wedding, I was best man (again) this makes my second time for him (and his 3rd), I told him this was it, and not to ask me again, HI HI

Radio?? Yeah a bit, but not very much. Since company, travel, and the wedding was during two contest weekends it just didn’t leave much time for operating at all.  And, I had a cold for most of last week. I did get abt. 3 ½ hrs to play in the 10M contest and worked 334 QSO’s and 54 odd mults, SSB, HI Power.  

Last but not least, Karen and I want to extend our sincere wishes to all for a very Merry Christmas, a prosperous and peaceful 2006. And my God smile upon all of us in the New Year. C U all the 17th de Rick W6SR



Balance November 1, 2005:$733.44

Income: $00

Expenses: $00

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