The WB2VVV Rhode Island QTH is in FN41CR, and currently has a small rooftop antenna with a small basement shack. My town is rural Foster, RI, in Providence County. This is the "high" side of the state of Rhode Island, and this QTH is at 600 feet AMSL with good takeoff in all directions, except to the Northwest from an LOS perspective.
I am also in the process of building some higher performance antennas near my rustic post and beam remote shack in a field "out-back".
This Spring I repaired my wire antennas after the hard Winter of 07/08 damaged them, and I operated a little in the New England QSO Party using my repaired full size 20 Meter Rhombic and my repaired center fed Vertical Dipole.
I also have a small rig and some simple antennas at my QTH in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, FN43EU. My HF antenna there is an Inverted Vee and it also required repairs this Spring. For VHF, I have a Delta Loop built for 6 Meters, and a Horizontal Vee Dipole for 2 Meters and both of these small VHF antennas made it through the Winter fine. This QTH is at 1750 feet AMSL on the Northwest side of a large hill, but is surrounded on all sides by many larger hills.
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