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Hello CQ-CQ-CQ de N6THN,

Here's my mug shot, yep, that's me Bruce N6THN and more photos below. I'm holding a 2 element 2 meter DF antenna on the shores of the San Francisco Bay.

I still have my original call from my Novice-Technician days in the 1980's at CW, 5wpm. Studied the code harder and got up to 13wpm and passed the General, then Advanced, and lately made Extra.

I never changed call signs. So I guess I'm stuck with the "one by three" -- "N6" call.

On HF I cover 80, 40, 20, 10 meters. I'm running an old rig into a Hustler 5-BTV vertical and a home brew 4 band dipole up 40ft in the back yard. Also have a modest 2M - 440 vertical for VHF-UHF local QSO's.

Hope to hear you on the air.

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Here are some pics of my endevors.

Me up on the tower. Bill KB6QEX on the roof helping. Doug W6BKP and Mark KB6JPA are helping too

but not in the picture.

My rig on the table while camping.

I don't ride any more, back in the old days I did.

Sling-Shot a wire over a tree branch to get on HF while camping.

 

 

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