Hello "Ham World" I hope you all love this "Hobby" as much as I do. Sometimes I think calling it a hobby is actually a "downgrade". It's much more than that.
I like the many aspects of the hobby- SSB on all bands (mostly 75 and 20 & 15 mtrs HF and 6 & 2 mtrs VHF).
FT-1000MP & SB220 on 160-10. FT-847 & Converted HL2200 (50mhz), Commander II (1000 watts on 144mhz), Mirrage D1010 (UHF)
Dipoles for 160/75/40 at 55 feet and homebrew tuner for HF along with R-7000 vertical. 4 elment yagi (50 MHZ), Stacked 11 element yagi's at 55 feet (144 mhz) and vertical for (UHF).
When the bands are quiet I work 75 meter AM with a Johnson Viking Ranger, Heathit Apache and a DX-100. I have aquired a Raytheon broadcast transmitter that is converted to 75 meters. It's waiting on me to retire to get on the air. Receivers are to many to list - I LOVE OLD RECEIVERS -
I live out in the country on 20 acres so there are a lot of plans for new antennas.
Come see us in the great state of Wyoming. I moved up here in "97" from New Mexico and don't intend to leave anytime soon. The weather can be harsh at times but the beauty more than compensates for it. There is nothing like the wide open spaces of the sage brush praires, the granduer of the Tetons and the mysteries of the Yellowstone County. The picture that is posted is of me enjoying a dirk bike ride in the Bighorn Mts. of central Wyoming. My favorite place to be. See you on the bands or maybe on the trail! ___ Everyone keeps asking about the Bike --- It's a 78 Yamaha XT 500___ Great bike for putting around in the mountains.
The Grand Tetons & Snake River in the Winter
My Favorite Trout Stream in the Big Horn Mountains
Aspen Alley in the Sierra Madre's
Sunrise on Wyoming Boulevard
My most loyal friend "Berkley" on a camping trip in the mountains.
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