As of 20-Jan-2001 My (vanity) call is K4UTC.  Hopefully the UTC clearly expresses my special interest, and I will probably settle back in Florida someday.

I'm interested in public service such as Woodinville Emergency Communications Team.

My logbook (I use Prolog2K) is uploaded to LotW (1232 QSOs as former N7MOK).  Equipment: ICOM IC-775DSP, Cushcraft D4 & Ringo Ranger II (experimenting with an X7), Kantronics KAM Plus, Kenwood TH-D7A (and some standby power).

I was a member of Western Washington DX Club.  I don't collect QSL cards to prove it, but on SSB I have WAS, WAC, about 114 countries, 29 CQ zones, and 42 ITU zones.

ARRL Life Member

Interesting links: APRS (also Northwest & K7IP's), WWARA, Dayton Hamvention®, Database Search (for fire/police, etc)
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To Doug Hogarth's Niceties (includes links relating to Time & GPS, and my QTH - but grid square is CN87xs in King Co.)