loggings last night 8/4/08
Allen and Rob,
The West Coast Ultralight TP Chaser group salutes Allen for his remarkable Transatlantic DX accomplishments with his stock Ultralights. We should all be so lucky.
Here on the Left Coast, we take our deviously modified E100's to the beach for a few mornings of DXing at the nasty hour of 0500, and if we are extremely lucky, we come away with a rare new Pacific country such as Fiji or Tonga (but usually end up just listening to the same old Aussiea and Kiwis over and over). It's enough to make someone seriously consider immigration to The Rock (or more likely, seriously consider even more devious ways to modify the E100).
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At 10:27 AM 8/4/2008, you wrote:
Allen...You continue to amaze us all with your Superb Loggings of Trans
Atlantic Stations!! You have a set a standard that will be hard to
duplicate by any of us. Your continued efforts to Promote the Ultralight
DXing Hobby are appreciated by all who partake in this strange Subculture
of AM BCB DXing!!! You have done us all proud...and although it is now
expected that your loggings will be spectacular.....it still amazes what
you are able to hear from the THE ROCK!!
Keep up the great DX Allen........it will be interesting to see just what
is and isn't possible on an Ultralight!!
Robert S. Ross VA3SW
Box 1003, Stn. B.
Antique/Vintage Radio Enthusiast
Amateur Radio Stations VA3SW/VE3JFC
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