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Transceivers: IC756 Pro & IC-7000    Amp: Ameritron AL-80B     Tuner: MFJ 986

Antennas: HF:  17m Extended Double Zepp at 65' for multiband use.   On 160 I use a Vertrical Tee at 55' with (4) 1/4 wave radials about 8' above ground.  Recently I raised my old TA-33 tribander up to a 45' height using one of my locust trees as a 'natural' tower.  Rotating simply calls for adjusting a couple of tether lines on either end the end of the boom. The beam moves smoothly around the trunk as needed.

 I love CW, chasing DX (Honor Roll) and the occasional contest, especially the ARRL Sweepstakes. You'll often find me often operating Field Day from one of the New York State Campgrounds in the Adirondacks.  I just recently moved from our home of 37 yrs in Gloversville, NY to be closer to our grandkids now that my wife and I are retired.  We now reside in Penfield, just east of Rochester.  In the photo is Bella (Brittany Spaniel) and Sally (100% barncat) when they graced my shack in 2011.

I started ham radio at the age of 13 in 1964 with the callsign WN2PAS.  My 1st rig was a Knight Kit Star Roamer receiver and Knight T-60 transmitter feeding a 100' longwire.  WN2NBN ( now WA2TDE) was my 'elmer' and neighbor back then and I'm indebted to him for introducing me to this fabulous hobby.  

Thanks for visiting this site!    Chuck/NN2L

 

 

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