It's up! Ham Radio Hex Beam

Molewacker

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Feb 9, 2015
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Yacolt WA
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EQ 800
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting

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ToddsPoint

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Mar 2, 2018
5,082
11,538
Todds Point, IL
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
Nice! That brings back a lot of memories. I had a novice license for a time but never pursued it. My dad was a ham for 50 yrs. W9OGQ. He recruited me to climb. His tower was 72’ and I was up there repairing co-ax in winter more than once. My best climb was attaching guy wires and mounting antenna for a 2-meter repeater. That one was 100’. I was young and fearless then. I can barely handle climbing on my roof now.
 

Blackfoot58

Silver Member
Jan 11, 2023
4,088
9,840
Iowa
Detector(s) used
Makro Simplex+
I studied for the exam. Was completely ready. Didn’t go to take it. I guess the learning was enough challenge at the time.
Charlie-Oscar-Oscar-Lima antenna.
I’m sure it will be enjoyed.👍🏼
 

Slowtaknow

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Oct 27, 2015
372
430
Kannapolis nc
Detector(s) used
Fisher f2, Tesoro vaquero, Nokta Simplex, Garrett Csi 250, whites gold master 2.
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Same here, maybe for me it's just that I get chicken little for no reason on starting things
I studied for the exam. Was completely ready. Didn’t go to take it. I guess the learning was enough challenge at the time.
Charlie-Oscar-Oscar-Lima antenna.
I’m sure it will be enjoyed.👍🏼
 

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