Rose Lloyd KW4QT

Sunday Night Net Controller

Hello all, I am Rose, KW4QT, newly licensed in 2016 as an Extra Class! Dennis and I own and operate a commercial radio communications business in South Carolina.  After 34 years of marriage to Dennis, KV4WM who was originally licensed in 1962 in Detroit Michigan, much of the technology sank in and it was only natural to obtain my amateur radio license and have fun in the hamshack too. I am proud to be a member of the NCSSB net. I am also a member of the Charleston Amateur Radio Society (CARS). I participate in the South Carolina SSB net, an ARRL Traffic Net on 3.915 mHz at 19:00 hours ET, South CARS member #11244 on 7.251 mHz between 08:00 - 13:00 hours ET, the "Night Watch Net"  on 7.192 mHz, and  "The Brothers Net"  member #869, on the same frequency immediately following the Nightwatch Net.

Picture is of Me with Theodore Tug Port of Call Charleston SC

"Theodore Tugboat" was built at Snyder's Shipyard in Dayspring, Nova Scotia and launched on April 19, 2000. 

Named: "THEODORE TOO"  with a Length of 65 ft, Beam: 22 ft, Draft: 7 ft, 3 in and a displacement of 105 Tons

Theodore Too is Powered by a 400-horsepower Caterpillar 3406 turbocharged diesel engine

After sea trials, the vessel made its first port call to Halifax on May 6, 2000. The ocean-going boat made a 50-city tour down the eastern seaboard to Tampa Bay and back again through the Great Lakes to Chicago.

The trip was in cooperation with the Canadian Coast Guard promoting boating safety.

73 from KW4QT ROSE


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