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It looks as though the scammer that was using my callsign finally gave up. Thanks to all that contacted me regarding the problems he created.

I'm active on all bands 160m -70cm. I am net control on Friday evenings for the Wyoming Cowboy Net at 00:45 UTC on 3923.5.  I'm also net control for the Wyoming Pony Express Net on 3rd and 5th Sunday mornings at 8:00 am local time (Mountain Time) on 3923.5.

I am an active VHF'er. I monitor 144.200 and 50.125 most all the time. I run stacked 11 element yagi's at 60 feet on 144mhz. with a KW of power. I run a 4 element yagi at about 30 feet on 50 mhz and 600 watts power. I love weak signal operating.

We have a beacon on 2 meters at 144.298 +/- depending on ambient temp. It's located in DN73HJ. 10 watts into a Moxon Loop at about 30 feet.

Attached are a few pictures of my favorite places in Wyoming. Wyoming is a great state if you love the outdoors. Hunting, fishing, hiking, off-roading photography, rock hounding, etc. It's endless for opportunities.

The Grand Tetons & Snake River in the Winter

My Favorite Trout Stream in the Big Horn Mountains

Aspen Alley in the Sierra Madre's

Sunrise on Wyoming Boulevard

My most loyal friend "Berkley" on a camping trip in the Bighorn mountains.

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