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N7PR is a radio club having a primary operating site located on top of a 5000 foot mountain/ridge line in the middle of a forest in a wilderness area in northern California in Nevada County grid square CM99oh and has been operational since 1997. At our QTH we have no paved roads, no commercial power, no neighbors other than deer, rattlesnakes and small bears. We primarily rely on solar power and batteries and as needed generator power. Our primary interest is to have fun in a wilderness area and to also provide licensed radio amateur operators with radio contacts on 12 bands from Nevada County, California, and grid square CM99oh. Not shown above are our seven ham towers, HF beam antennas, our monster horizontal loop antennas or our VHF/UHF towers and beams located on our several hundred acre site.

Our primary purpose as a club is to have fun, improve our emergency operating skills operating from emergency power from a wilderness area and to enjoy operating from a beautiful forest in a wilderness area. N7PR has earned various ARRL DXCC, WAS, CQ WPX and International Contest Awards, plus numerous other contest awards and we enjoy providing amateur radio operators worldwide with contacts from N7PR and QSLs.

On occasion we also operate from K6XN's home QTH in Saratoga, California, Santa Clara County, grid square CM87 especially when all of the forest service dirt roads to our Nevada County wilderness site are blocked by high snow levels and fallen trees. It is not unusual to have the miles of forest service dirt roads blocked with 8 feet or more of snow during the winter.

QSL is OK via traditional paper QSL cards via K6XN but please include an SAE with your QSL card and we will provide a return QSL and the return postage. We are now also automatically QSLing via the ARRL LOTW and we routinely upload our QSO ADIF log data files to the ARRL LOTW.

If you are interested in seeing other pictures of our wilderness QTH you may want to take a look at some of our pictures posted here on QRZ.COM for stations NC6DX and K6XN.

Have fun and 73, Ted, K6XN.

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