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WX2I /3  Dec 2, 2013

 

Some pictures of todays 3 Land DX adventure on Big Pocono. Elevation 2200' Temperature between 38 and 43 degrees.

Buddistick in the 40M configuration

Here is the makeshift but functional Ham Shack.  I know its not pretty but all electrical connection are tight and taped up. The nice thing about working up here is there was not alot of people. Just hikers passing through or people walking their dogs.

 

20M configuration on the Buddistick

 

 

 

I'm member of the Penn Jersey ARC http://w2sjt.org/of Warren County NJ. Also a member of the Split Rock Amateur Radio Club http://www.splitrockara.org/in Roxbury NJ.

Currently operating with a Yaesu FT-7800 with a Larsen Dual Band NMO motorized mount on the roof of my 2013 Ford Escape.

Proud owner of a KENWOOD TS-480HX as well as my back up rig theIcom IC-735 complete with AT-150 auto tuner and power supply. Running it on a homemade ZS6BKW dipole in the back yard!

Just entered the world of Tube Sets with the acquistion of a SWAN 500 and a Heathkit HW-101.

Skywarn Assist Coordinator for Warren County(2012) and WX Spotter(1980) for the NWS out of Mt Holly, NJ.

Appointed County Coordinator for CoCoRaHS in Warren County NJ. www.cocorahs.org

Joined SCARS http://voip.southcars.com/main/South Coast Amateur Radio Service Voip.

Bachelor Of Science in Computer Science and a Certificate for Electrical Service Technician.

 

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