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Hello from Harrison Ohio. Started out in ham radio in 1977 as a novice. Worked my way up the ladder since then and now hold an extra class ticket. You can find me on most of the bands but prefer 10 15 & 40 meters.Mostly rag chewing but chase DX when it presents itself. Retired now after 40 years as an electrician with the I.B.E.W. Other interest are woodworking in the winter and motorcycles in the summer. If the weather is nice you won't hear me on the air but might see me out on the open road on the bike. 73 Tom

2 element cubical quad for 10 15 & 20

My HF mobile with a Yaesu 897 and Tarheel hp100 antenna

Home brew antenna mount with electric fold over powered by a 12-volt battery drill

Fold over mount bringing antenna up

My pride and joy a 2003Harley Davidson electro glide

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