Bob Ehramjian and two of his four grandchildren, his grandsons, Jack and Sam. Both GRANDSON's
live in GEORGIA.
Aerial photo of the K2US antenna on the 8th green of the Founders Club Colf Course in Pawleys Island South Carolina.
Picture taken from K1DD Dan DROST'S (K1DD) CHIPMUNK RAF TRAINER in 2012 by K2US.
I would like to acknowledge my friend of 50 years Woody K2UU who is known as the LI/NY Tower Guru. He has literally helped hundreds of Hams with their installations including many of the big contest stations including: N2AA/ K2GL, W2A KN3O, W2AX, K2LE, W2HCW, W2VP, K2ON N2NB/NJ7N K2BQ etc. K2UU Woody is shown in a March 2012 photo here with me. He repaired my tower, a US TOWER HDX-589-MDPL, over the years and did a tremendous job for me for which I am very thankful.
The BOOM is GUYED over the TOP and at 120 degrees and 240 degrees with PHILLISTRAND GUYS
PICTURE TAKEN AT PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC FROM DAN DROST'S (K1DD) RAF CHIPMUNK TRAINER BY BOB K2US IN 2012.The tip of the left wing of his plane can be seen with the left trailing edge pointing at Bob's QUAD in the distance. In the foreground is OCEAN HIGHWAY (Route 17) less than 1 mile from the ATLANTIC OCEAN toward the bottom of the picture. The EIGTH FAIRWAY runs at right angles with OCEAN HIGHWAY with the QUAD of K2US near the green of that hole. The small house just to the right of the QUAD is his wife's SOLAR HEATED GREENHOUSE. At the very top of the picture the beautiful WACCAMAW RIVER can be seen. The river is running from the left top edge of the picture to the right top edge.
January 2013, Bruce BRAINARD (N4JHY) helped Bob repair his quad. New relay box, new driven element feeders, and a new set of wires,15 and 20 meters for the reflector element damaged by a riding lawnmower when the antenna was tilted down on the ground. Seven of the 9 ferrite cores at the feedpoint of the15 METER QUAD can be seen in this picture.
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