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Note:  I will be operating single operator from grid square CM89 in the Mendocino National Forest in Glenn County during the VHF contest.  Don't get the grid square confused with my home QTH, which is in CM98.  I will be on 50, 144, 222, 432,  and 1,296 MHz.

The location I will be operating from is at 6,900 feet elevation.  Mt Shasta, Lassen Peak, the southern Cascades, northern Sierra Nevada and  a large portion of the Sacramento Valley, including Downtown Sacramento 109 miles away, are within optical line of sight from this location (when the weather is clear).  Additionally, small areas of the Pacific Ocean are visible through gaps in the mountains to the west.  

If you need CM89 or Glenn County confirmed send a QSL card.  I am not using LoTW at this time and W.A.C.C requires a physical QSL card anyway.

Main ham radio interests: VHF/UHF SSB, propagation, especially tropo. I do some mountain topping and DXing while camping. I'm a casual DXer. Not so much into contests, except for VHF. I enjoy a good random QSO and sometimes will call CQ just for the purpose of finding a good QSO and making another contact.

I'm a third generation ham. I think that's neato!

Tranceivers: IC-7000, FT-920, TS-830, FT-736 and an older FT-2400 when mobile 2-meter FM.

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