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2006 picture - Pictured are KE7MAN (7yo), KE7MAM (10yo), Charlie (no call yet); KA7MOM (?yo), and N9ADG (old) in back.

My QTH, Preston, Washington is located about 20 miles east of Seattle.

Antennas:

4 El DB36 Steppir on UST crank up

Previously used a cushcraft A3S in a tree, with a Radio Shack rotor ("Field day" is every day). -- A picture of this antenna (since moved to two different trees):

http://fp1.centurytel.net/MoranFamily/111-1131_IMG.JPG

Two unterminated receiving "beverages" in the woods.

160 Meters:  90' Inverted L with elevated radials.

80 Meters: 1/4 wl Vertical, or DB-36 80m option

Sometimes mobile with the FT-817 or FT-897 and whip antennas.

Enjoy pitching in whenever I can when the goal is interesting.

Other interests include family activities with the kids, boating, kayaking, and other outdoor stuff.

Work has been in the computer industry; software, with tangential work in satellites, radio, cellular.

Some contest audio (selected contests) on http://n9adg.onehub.com.

I used onehub for File Transfer

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