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Howdy from Idaho. The photo is looking northwest from our home this winter.  It was -20 degrees F. the morning I took this photo. My wife and I live at 5020 feet in elevation on the Camas Prairie in Camas County.  The Soldier and Sawtooth mountains to the North rise to over 10,000 feet. 

We have a small farm, live in a straw bale home we built ourselves, and are practicing sustainability. I returned to Ham Radio in 2011 after almost 50 years. As a kid in the 60's I was WV6YQZ, then WA6YQZ, then off to collage and the end of hamming followed. Currently I am three years into rediscovering the "magic" of amateur radio broadcasting.

I have a simple shack.  The primary HF transciever is an Icom IC-706 MK IIG with an LDG IT-100 tuner.  I also operate with an Icom IC-718.  I also have several VHF rigs. The antennas are currently a DX Engineering Hex beam atop a 45' Rohn 45G tower, an Alpha Delta 80-10 multi-band dipole about 30 feet in the center and oriented N/S, an Alpha Delta 40-10 multi'band dipole about 40' in the center, some VHF and UHF antennas, and installing a Hustler 4BTV vertical mounted on the ground.  The 5020' elevation here and the flat horizon to the West, South and East makes for good world wide propagation.

I am a member of the ARRL, the Wood River Amateur Radio Club and the Magic Valley Amateur Radio Club.


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