From 1984-2013 I worked for Pepsi-Cola. One day I decided after 28+ years that this is the day I retire from the company. My truck on the last day! 🙂
Photo taken on 3/28/15 in Calais, ME on the Bay of Fundy
FJ DXpedition to St. Barthelemy
The FJ team made over 7000 Q’s holiday style from 2/11 – 2/17. Please QSL to NR6M for FJ Cards. FJ/W2RE made 3100 Q’s. We plan to be QRV from same location in 2016. Thanks for all the Q’s.
The FJ St. Barthelemy Team! L to R. Ray FJ/W2RE, Lori FJ/KB2HZI, Lee FJ/WW2DX, Pat FJ/N2IEN
This may be a first in Ham Radio? W2RE works ATNO while a participant on the DXpedition. Watch this video to learn how it was done.
This location sits a top a mountain in the northern Catskill mountains of NY. Its 2100ft ASL and has drop off in all directions. We have won many contests from this location since its inception (build) 2010. We have people around the globe operate this remote station daily. Cheers, Ray W2RE
Click Here to Check out the ARRL Short Take Review in May 2013 QST!
The RHR team spent time in Iceland setting up TF4M for remote. In photo: Lee WW2DX, Thor TF4M and Ray W2RE at the Super Station of TF4M.
What a blast from Sicily! Yes, we won M/M from Europe!!!!
Ray W2RE and Lee WW2DX operating W1I in 2014 WRTC
Lee WW2DX and Pat N2IEN tune the TransWorld Antenna.
Yes! We operated FD from a Yacht in Sag Harbor, Long Island.
We didnt make a lot of Q’s but we drank a lot of beer and wine!
Im not your typical ham that sits around all day complaining on bloggers how the world has done me wrong. Hard work is the only way things get done! Period!
In this photo Im pouring concrete. Yes, I poured 100 bags of concrete that particular day.