My friend George W9EVT has made major progress on his shack – the pictures say it all!
W9EVT Shack - Main Hall - Other End
There are more pictures at his QRZ.com page and the Greengate Farm Website.
It’s very pretty. What I’d like to know is why would anyone build this?
It could be a monument to the pack rat instinct!
Hi Martin AA6E
George W9EVT’s shack and “Ham Hotel” has a master plan. Don’t confuse the size and quantity of items with randomness.
It is a PHENOMENAL place to relive one’s Ham Radio past, do A-B Testing of various rigs (I spent hours rotating between an Orion II, IC-7800 and FT-2000, and loved every minute of it) and contrast older generations of technology with the latest (George’s Flex-5000A should deliver this week!).
A fantastic place to stay and “play radio!”
I’m not wishing the responsibility of such a Mega-SHack/Museum on myself, as I am more easily contented with a radio or two, but it sure is fun to visit!
still it looks a bit obessive but it is his place his rules
I wouldn’t mind having that collection if I could hire someone to keep it dusted! :-)
It is very impressive and a good looking museum. Would love to visit it one day.
73 de Jeff, KE9V
George,obviously I did not who I was talking toduring our QSO!!!!WOW But I do now.Enjoyed your history lesson about ICOMS and others.Would love to visit ur shack but it would take a month!!I was impressed with ur SX-28.That was the most impressive radio that Hal made at that time.I had one in the ARMY Sig.Corps.The HRO was a better receiver but I just loved my SX-28.Thanks for the memories,george!Vy 73 cliff.K4DKO
fantastic shack..would love to put it on my holiday to do list..joe ei4gx
Nice posting of George’s setup. When I am at my lake house I work him on the Ohana Net.
ten years old
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