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I'm a first generation ham as both of my parents were totally deaf. �My dad didn't let his deafness stop him from the pursuit of countless projects that were challenging and rewarding to complete. �A Tektronix oscilloscope, a machinists toolbox, and lots of Mamiya Large Format and Nikon 35MM SLR equipment were part of my childhood. �He allowed me to participate in his projects and I'm grateful for his generosity.

I got introduced to electronics through my dad who was an avid hobbyist. We spent countless hours building heathkit projects together throughout my childhood.

My station: �Yaesu 857D with AKG 240 Monitor Headset. �I use a G5RV up about 35 feet in an inverted V and an LDG Z-100Plus AutoTuner. �  My first rig was an ICOM 7200 which was great but I decided to go with the 857D as I really enjoy operating outdoors by particiapting in the Summits on the Air [SOTA] contest

My portable is a Kenwood TH-F6A with a Diamond HF Whip. �This radio was bought used and works very well.

My mobile rig is a Yaesu FT-2900 inconspicuously mounted. �The antenna used is a Diamond K-400.

If you care to, there are more pictures and info about me and my family:�http://info.sean808080.com
My�personal twitter:@sean808080
work twitter:@adaptIOtech

73 from me and my boy, Neo

enjoying the post-run glow of my first offroading excursion with the FJ Northeasters

Happy about a dirty truck at FJ Northeasters Meetup at Rausch Creek Day Two - 1

the FJ suited up for a summer weekend

Camille and canoe lakeside

about to head out for a run at rausch creek offroad park in Pennsylvania

Getting ready to off-road with a bunch of #fj cruisers

time for lunch

Lunchtime - FJ Northeasters Meetup at Rausch Creek Day Two - 40

don't look down it's damn steep

FJ Northeasters Meetup at Rausch Creek Day Two - 41

get the toothbrush!

Dirty and I know it FJ Northeasters Meetup at Rausch Creek Day Two - 48

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