Re: Hello.


Welcome Aboard! You sound a lot like me. I am more interested in listening to more programs on the radio by getting more stations. It is fun to keep a log with notes though, and it helps to check it and see if you have IDed that station before. Hobbies are supposed to be fun, so try different things and see which you enjoy the most. With help from members here I have added more antennas, and I am about to run my first 500 foot long Beverage On [the] Ground or BOG antenna. -FARMERIK

--- In ultralightdx@..., "sfhar55" <sfhar55@...> wrote:

Hello. I recently joined this group and have been sitting back reading the posts trying to learn what it all about. The current discussion on what radio's are or should be allowed is very interesting. The very fact it is taking place and the civil manner it has been conducted convinces me this is an outstanding group.
Years ago I spent a lot of time with my radios listening to whatever distant signal could be heard then life got complicated and there was no time for radio. Now there is time again and I'm interested in picking up radio dxing again. Never have been a technical person (no ham license) so my dxing will be done bareback. The modifications done by the group sound fascinating however if I were to attempt them would just be creating expense bricks.
My intention is to have fun with the radio hobby not to enter contests. Hope to learn a lot from this group and should I discover something interesting surly would share that with the group.
CCrane SWP � Grundig G8

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