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MY STATION EQUIPMENT: Yaesu FT2000, Yaesu FT1000MP, Acom 1000 Amp.

Elecraft, Bencher & Kent Keys for CW.

Plus various other rigs, tuners etc.

Antennas are Jaybeam 3ele Tri-bander for 10-15-20m and a Cushcraft A3WS with 30m add on kit for the WARC bands all mounted on a 45ft Tower see below. Plus 86ft Doublet tuned by a SGC 230 Auto tuner with Smartlock for the 160-80-40m bands.

TB3 and A3WS with 30m add-on kit



My main interests are chasing DX on SSB and CW.      

I also enjoy working PSK. EPC # 7630.


                                                    My Daughters


                             Tara thinking this radio is fun

                          Laura with her first fish catch

                                      Now both grown up

Other calls held G8VVA

To relax from the Pile ups!!

I enjoy Surfing in Cornwall and Fly Fishing



                                About my Village QTH

Shapwick is a small village on the Somerset Levels close to the National Nature Reserve

This magnificent wetland reserve is managed by Natural England and covers over 500 ha at the heart of the Somerset Levels and Moors. It’s an area that’s steeped in history, and an atmospheric landscape of great skies and endless horizons.

Habitats include lush green wildflower meadows; still, dark ditches; damp, secretive fens, shady, wet fern woods; and open water, fringed with rustling reedbeds.

Marvel at the huge flocks of starlings coming into roost in winter and the spring migration of hobbies arriving from tropical Africa. Shapwick Heath is also the location of the Neolithic Sweet Track, the oldest man-made routeway in Britain.

It’s the mix of habitats at Shapwick that make the reserve so rich in wildlife

Over 24 different mammals have also been seen at Shapwick, including water voles, lesser horseshoe bats and, of course, otters.

Otters  having fun


Starlings coming in to roost on the levels

Sunset on the levels



Thank's for the QSO! 73 NEIL.

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