Re: New To Group


--- In ultralightdx@..., D1028Gary@... wrote:

Hi Gordon,

Welcome to the group (and it's especially nice to welcome another
Sound ULR DXer). We have a close group of Ultralight radio fanatics
here in
western Washington (the birthplace of the ULR boom in late 2007), and
we are
always eager to add more converts!

Your barefoot PL-380 should be able to receive quite a few TP's when
conditions improve, especially in the fall season. During the spring,
may allow you to hear some of the "big guns" around sunrise, if you
the chance to DX during that period. The PL-380 certainly is the
radio of choice for transoceanic DXers, and should prove very
successful in
DXing this year.

Kevin Schanilec of Bainbridge Island lives fairly close to you, and
submitted various antenna articles to our Ultralightdx file section.
Quite a
few enthusiasts like Keith Beesley live in Seattle, while Guy Atkins
and I
live in Puyallup (a fairly good location for nulling out west coast
when chasing TP's :-)

Feel free to check out the numerous articles in our Ultralightdx file
section, many of which were written by our local Puget Sound DXers (a
review of
the PL-380 is posted at _
( )
Good luck in ULR DXing!

73, Gary DeBock, N7EKX (in Puyallup, WA)
Dear Gary,

Glad to be in such good company!

How about a ULR Puget Sound coffee day, or similar daytime get together?


Gordon Cooper
Bremerton WA

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