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Equipment:

: Flex 5000A

: 3el SteppIR DB18E

:32m Freestanding Tower

On 10 and 12m we use the Optima. A small 50w Radio that does a fine job. Copied on another popular design it is a solid performer barefoot or fed into a solid state amplifier.

Optima 10-12 SSb radio with shift and 5 memories

cooled heat sink for 50w PEP from the mosfet finals

Trying to retire and have been living in beautiful Indonesia for past 35 years. Ex New Zealand.

Other hobbies include boats and trekking and now cycling!.

Some Photos from a recent cycling trip to the Indian Himalayas

Top of the Kumzum la at 4,550m

 

Cycling In Spiti (Indian Himalayas)

Cycling the easy way!

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