The British Virgin Islands
Tortola is one of several British Virgin Island although it’s the largest and most populated.
We rented this VBRO Vacation House on the West End of Tortola. It was very high in the air. You needed 4-wheel drive to get here.
My sister and wife joined me on this trip and I think they are having a great time. Does it look that way to you?
The islands in the background are actually part of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Sure, I take a lot of ribbing for having such a minimal antenna. But, it performs well and is all I need.
Very Important Ham Radio Poses
VP2V/WJ2O QSL Card Front
VP2V/WJ2O QSL Card Back
QSL produced by: Randy, KB3IFH
QSL Via: Ken, N2ZN
Elecraft K3 Transceiver
Dell Inspiron Mini Laptop
Little Tarheel II Screwdriver Antenna
Ameritron SDC-102 Antenna Controller
MFJ 1979 Telescoping Whip
Here I am with my little station. Having a great time with 100 watts and hand rail antenna.
Traveling to Tortola
Tortola is actually difficult to get to. We flew to San Juan, Puerto Rico and spent the night.
The next day we used Seabourn Airlines to get to our destination.
Another recommendation is to fly to St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands and take the ferry to Tortola.