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George is in fact my first name, but I have always used the short form of my middle name, as Stan. Hence the vanity call. Brief history: Novice license WN6YMW in 1967, general WB6YMW a year later. To advanced around 1980, and the vanity call in 1997. Enjoy DXing and contesting. Principal station is at our vacation house in the very north of California, about 40 miles west of Mt. Shasta at about 3500� elevation; work 40 through 10 on the C4SXL pictured above. Snow doesn�t usually lie more than a few days, but we get a couple of feet on occasion. Great spot for scenery, not so great for radio with mountains of 6,000 and 7,000 feet very close. But no real close neighbors, and no RFI complaints!

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