WCF endpoint question

Hi, I am writing my first WCF service. I want to log the service endpoint to a log file. My code looks like this:
using System;
using System.ServiceModel;
using System.ServiceProcess;

namespace MyTests
{
    public class MyWCFService : ServiceBase
    {
        public ServiceHost serviceHost = null;

        protected override void OnStart(String[] args)
        {
            if (serviceHost != null)
            {
                serviceHost.Close();
            }
            serviceHost = new ServiceHost(typeof(.....));

            String info = "web service starting at uri:";
            info = info + "http://localhost:8773/MyWCFService/";

            log.WriteLog(log.INFORMATION, info);

            serviceHost.Open();
        }

        //other stuff 
    }
}

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I want to retrieve the "http://localhost:8773/MyWCFService/" bit from the application and log it to a file (it is hard coded there now in the example above).

What I DO NOT want is to read it in from App.Config !!!!

What I DO WANT is to retrieve the url in from something like OperationContext.Current.EndpointDispatcher.EndpointAddress.Uri.AbsoluteUri

When I try OperationContext.Current.EndpointDispatcher.EndpointAddress.Uri.AbsoluteUri I get null

If anyone has a suggestion it would be really welcome.

My WCF Service is based on this example: LinkToMicrosoftWCFService
John BolterAsked:
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Aaron JabamaniTechnical ArchitectCommented:
You can get it from your service host.

serviceHost.Description.Enpoints[0]. ServiceEndpoint.ListenUri  should give you the URL.

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