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This is a family portrait taken in 1988. At the top is our son Sean, to the far left is our daughter Jessica, and at the bottom is my lovely wife Diane. Sean (age 33) is now a Captain in the U.S. Army, and Jessica (also age 33 -yes twins) lives just south of us at the end of town. Sean and his wife live in El Paso, Texas. Jessica is working as a prep-cook here in town and has aspirations of opening her own cafe. Sean has been blessed with 3 children and Jessica has been blessed with 2 children, giving us 5 grandchildren in all.

This is Dosher our Polish Broken rabbit. Yes we have a broken rabbit. Hi Hi. (broken means in color, hence the black and white) He is posing in the hopes of getting a treat. And by the way he got his favorite treat, shredded wheat right after taking this picture. He is now 9 1/2 years old and I often refer to him as our Little Sugar Bun because he is such a sweet little guy. Hi Hi.

As you can see Dosher will tolerate just about anything I want to do with him. He trusts me that much.

My main station as of Aug-2013 consists of a Ten Tec Orion with a Heil GM-5 Desk Mic driving a Heathkit SB-221 through an Ameritron ATR-15 Antenna Tuner. Also at the operation position is a Yaesu FT-100D that I mainly use for 6 meter FM.

My main station as of June-2013 consists of a Ten Tec Orion with a Heil GM-5 Desk Mic driving a Heathkit SB-221 Amplifier through an Ameritron ATR-15 Antenna Tuner. Also at the operating position is a Yaesu FT-100D that I mainly use for 6 meter FM.

My back up stations going left to right. Consist of a Ten Tec Omni D series C and a Ten Tec Corsair II. The microphone used on both stations is a Sure 444D.

My back up stations going left to right, consists of a Ten Tec Omni D series C and a Ten Tec Corsair II. Each station consists of a matching combination power supply/speaker and a external VFO. The Omni C has a external RF Speech Processor. The microphone used on both stations is a Sure 444D. Watching over the stations is a Oregon State Beaver.

This is my VHF/UHF operating position which consists of a Yaesu FT-2200 for 2 meter FM, a TYT TH-9000 for 440 FM, and a Alinco DR-235 for 220 FM. Sitting on the shelf below is a RF Concepts 3-312 220mhz. Amplifier. Watching over the shack is a Black Bear. Enter at your own risk! Hi Hi.

This is looking at our house from the East and going from left to right is a Sirio 10 meter ground plane, 12 el 220 yagi that is mounted above a 6 el. 440 yagi, 6 meter 1/4 wave vertical mounted above a 2 meter 10 el. yagi, and Cushcraft MA-5B Mini Yagi. All though difficult to see, mounted in the back yard on a 35 ft. pole is a Alpha Delta DX-DD 40/80 meters Inv-Vee dipole fed with 113ft. of 450 ohm ladder line, and 3 ft. below that is a Alpha Delta DX-EE 10-40 meters Inv-Vee parallel dipole fed with coax.

This is our back deck. A good place to relax and have a barbecue and a cold drink. You can see the tripod that the yagi is mounted on as well as the pole that the wire antennas are mounted on.

This is looking North East during late summer. The valley is choice farm land during the growing season.

This is a continuation of the previous picture looking East.

This is looking South East, further down the valley.

This is the same scene of the first picture during the winter. The valley is flooded every winter and the water is drained off in the early spring for farming.

This is a continuation of the previous picture looking East. We call this our winter lake view property. Hi Hi.

This is me sitting in front of my station in 2000 which consisted of a Ten Tec Corsair II driving a Amp Supply LA-1000. And a Ten Tec Omni D series B as a back up. I still own the Corsair II and have replaced the Omni D series B with a Omni D series C.

This is looking at my Cushcraft MA-5B Mini Yagi just peaking over the roof (10,12,15,17, 20 meters). It is mounted on a tripod on the roof of our shed and is up 20 ft. We sit on a hill apx. 200 ft. above the valley floor.

This is another picture of the Cushcraft MA5B taken from the west side of the house.

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United States Award#2590
Granted: 2016-10-29 17:22:02   (KJ7CY)

United States Counties Award#987
Granted: 2016-07-19 17:45:05   (KJ7CY)

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Grid Squared Award#11729
Granted: 2016-05-16 16:00:02   (KJ7CY)

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  • 40 Meters Mixed
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