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I have edited post #44. the password is no longer visible.
I deleted my post with the password

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Hi there fellow FTA hobbyists.

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My wife Tammy, and I were visiting in Sedona, AZ last week
enjoying the 68deg weather there instead of the 26deg
we have here in Michigan. Here we are "quadding" in the desert.




And my second love, Sofie, taken last summer.







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Ku: 1.2m Channel Master w/orthomode feeding twin NJR universal lnbs, Manhattan RS-1933
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4:2:2 AZminiMe slaved off C/Ku
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A bit fuzzy.. but here I am !

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Ben,

That lower dish must barely peek over the wall.

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That one is pointed at Anik F3.My house blocks out from G23  westward.My house is three storey 1906 A&C.

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Greetings from Western NY! Here's my mug shot 

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On the job...

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Me,my wife Mary, Grandson Jabob and Zoe at the Western New York location.

 

 

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On the job...

I like the Andrew avatar.
That wouldn't be a Grass Valley switcher you are working?

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Me and my bride of 25 years

Stephen and Peggy Malone

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Thanks Pixl,

The first pic is my old switcher at WKMG. It's a Sony MVS-8000a. The second pic shows me at my current employer, KSTP. It is an older Sony DVS-7350.
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Me and Bobbie...Think I've got the "deer in the headlights" look going...LOL.


GeeZer,

Bobie is lookin good.

Picture looks like it was taken outside a restaurant, maybe the Outback Steak House?

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DBS: Motorized DTV Slimline, Jynxbox Ultra V3
4:2:2 AZminiMe slaved off C/Ku
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My favorite pass time

I was about 10 miles from Mt Mitchell when this pic was taken.

I also have a picture on my pofile.


RW I just noticed you said you were about 10 miles from Mt Mitchell in the photo. I live only about 15 air miles from Mt Mitchell...where were you exactly?

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