I work as an exploration geologist in the winters and a crop duster pilot in the summers.
Working In Washington 2012 Agcat G-164-B
My Walter Turbine Agcat 2013/14 working in Lapwai Idaho
QTH: We have a new QTH, We are in Jay Florida, about 20 miles North of Pensacola, the birthplace of U.S. Naval Aviation..
Here at the home QTH we have just designed a 66ft vertical, with a capacitance top hat for 40-80-160 meters.
Drake TR4, Icom 718, Ten-Tec Omni-D, LK500ZB 1.5kw amp with numerous upgrades.
Here is the New Station and our 66 FT homebrew vertical:
Here are some shots of the old Idaho QTH. We miss this location, fantastic propogation:
Old QTH in Idaho
Old QTH, Looking East toward the Portneuf Mtns
The Old Shack is mostly composed of restored and upgraded vintage rigs, with the newest rig being an icom 718. I miss this station.
An original Mosley TA-33 tribander on 40ft tower.
Here is the Homebrew 66 ft vertical with capacitance top hat used for 20 through 160 meters
Son: Dan KE7TBB
Nephew: John N9AMI
N7EAA = "Experimental Aircraft Association". I enjoy restoring antigue aircraft. We have restored a 1941 Taylorcraft, 2 Stinson 108-1 Voyagers, 1946 Bellanca Cruisair,and a 1965 Pawnee. Presently we are working on a very early model 1961 Grumman Agcat, serial #98 with a P&W 985. We are also working on restoring a 1947 Stinson Voyager with a Lycoming )-435/Hartzel Constant Speed prop combination.
1941 Taylorcraft back Country flying in NV
The First Stinson I restored
1961 Agcat Serial #98 I am presently working on
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