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only QSL via EQSL, so if you send cards via the bureau I will not received them, so please don't waste trees, thank you.

This is my small shack, not much room, but it all works for me.

Rather more room outside for my antenna, ignore the grey thing on the right that is the rotary washing line, one mast can be seen just down the end of the garden just to the left of the washing line, the centre is held up by a SpiderBeam pole which supports the middle of the antenna and the 450 Ohm feeder which is strapped to it, the other mast which cannot be seen, is mounted against the garage with a TK bracket.

The antenna is 30 Metres long and about 8-9 Metres over the ground, as you see my garden slopes down a bit from top to bottom, so the one end of the antenna is higher than the other.

The bottom of the feeder goes into a relay box which straps the feeder converting it into a vertical antenna if I need to work DX which is tuned against ground radials and the SGC-230 smart tuner is underneath. The whole lot is normally covered with an old builders bucket to keep the weather off and a small fence to keep the animals off.

Just a nice picture smiley

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