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Name is Tom, . Lots of thanks to K6ZOE, KG6NDO, KG6YAK, KD6WKY, and KG6TT, KJ6LZR, KJ6VKR, KK4XU, KJ6YLS, KD7TQO and many others for their help in building my great station.
I do some V.E. work with the local ham club.
Here are some pictures of the shack and antennas in different states of progress, from current on to previous itterations. The shack is always changing, depending on what I am into in ham radio currently.
I am also the QSL person for the november yankey six india club call.
I love having lots of junk that works hanging around the shack. Remember the rules.... "He who dies with the most toys wins!"
Thats about it from the worlds oldest living hippie.. Enjoy
This is me and the Orion / Alpha and the shack looks almost clean.
This is the fall 2012 antenna setup, at the house
this is Chris, KJ6LZR, Chris KD7TQO, Chris KJ6VKR, George, KK4XU, and Jenifer KJ6LYS taking down the old roof tower and putting the Steppir onto the Hazer/Rhon 25.
This is Version 2 of the shack a couple of years ago
Another shot of Ver 2
This is version 1 of the shack about 10 years ago.
Some of the 8 antennas on the truc
This shows the DK-3 and the ATAS120 on the left rail and the ladder rack and the 2 smaller antennas on the right rail.
This shows the rack KG6TT built for me and installed the 5 radios, top to bottom a 2m/440/1,2g kenwood, next is a ft 857d, next is the icom straight 2m fm rig, then the alinco 220 mhz rig and the 900 mhz mtotrola on the bottom.
and yes they all work. I usually only use the 2 m on the kenwood while rolling and the rest when parked, or have a fellow ham along and then they use everythig they want to play with.