What you see is the whole antenna farm. An M2 Log Periodic antenna that covered 40-10m. It worked remarkably well and was the workhorse antenna for several of the early winning contests. We threw up temporary verticals for 80m and 160m during contests.
Another antenna was needed for a second radio. In stepped (ha ha) a SteppIR 3el yagi. In retrospect it was mounted a bit too low on the tower, but still performed decently
Our record setting multi-multi operation in ARRLDX CW. This was our 10m antenna - a 3el Cushcraft hanging from a tree. Krassy, K1LZ made me a believer in loop antennas when he threw up a 160m full size loop in the trees that worked incredibly well.
The tower gets crowded.. And soon time for the M2 LPA to give way. To an Optbeam OB15-7. Significant improvement on 40m (and 30m too.) But within two years the OB15-7 would gibe way to an even bigger Optibeam - the OB17-4. This was also the year that a full size 160m loop was installed at nearly 200ft.
In addition to the 2el phased 80m verticals shown here, a full size 3el 80m yagi was installed fixed NE. It plays great. A second tower was installed and the OB15-7 from the first tower placed on it.
The aerial view shows it all. Two 80m full size yagis, two Optibeam OB17-4 yagis, Stacked Force 12 monobanders for 10m and 15m, a 4el monobander for 20m fixed south and the latest SDR technology in the shack - Flex 6600M radios. This should do it for a while..