Congrats to Gary on the AUSSIE on the Sony T615........


robert ross
 

Gary:

Way to go Man.......that is great. Hopefully you can figure out which
Aussie you had. Whichever one it is....that is amazing DX on a stock ULR!!
I'm proud of you Gary.....all your work to promote the ULR Hobby has paid
off with a World Class Logging on your Sony ULR!!

I had an Aussie on my Sony T615 this morning as well........I fell asleep
on the couch while listening to the T615....and it fell on the floor. When
I woke up..my Dog "TRAMMELL" .....who is an Austrailian Shepard (AKA An
Aussie).....was laying on the Radio!!! So I guess I'm the first person in
Ontario to have an Aussie on his ULR!!! HAHAHHHA.........True story
Gary.....but my Aussie is greatly overshadowed by your GREAT Reception
from Grayland!!

Gary put your Team Canada hat on and parade around the
neighbourhood.......be proud !!

73.......ROB.

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
Box 1003, Stn. B.
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A5K1

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Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb@...>
 

I don't seem to have received the e-mail describing Gary's log of an
Aussie on a stock ULR (which one?).

Due to a major medical issue with my wife (she'll be fine eventually)
I've had less time to spin the dials. I need to get my Sonys up to
Gary to work his magic on.

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, Robert Ross <va3sw@...> wrote:

Gary:

Way to go Man.......that is great. Hopefully you can figure out
which
Aussie you had. Whichever one it is....that is amazing DX on a stock
ULR!!
I'm proud of you Gary.....all your work to promote the ULR Hobby has
paid
off with a World Class Logging on your Sony ULR!!

I had an Aussie on my Sony T615 this morning as well........I fell
asleep
on the couch while listening to the T615....and it fell on the
floor. When
I woke up..my Dog "TRAMMELL" .....who is an Austrailian Shepard (AKA An
Aussie).....was laying on the Radio!!! So I guess I'm the first
person in
Ontario to have an Aussie on his ULR!!! HAHAHHHA.........True story
Gary.....but my Aussie is greatly overshadowed by your GREAT Reception
from Grayland!!

Gary put your Team Canada hat on and parade around the
neighbourhood.......be proud !!

73.......ROB.

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
Box 1003, Stn. B.
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A5K1


Gary DeBock
 

Dennis, Rob and Allen,
 
     Thank you all very much for your congratulations on the 531-DU logging.  Unfortunately, the west coast DU experts all say that there are at least two good possible Australians on the frequency, and even a New Zealand possibility.  Since there was no ID heard (only repeated music, with no voice breaks), the station will remain an "unID" until somebody (hopefully me) receives it again on an Ultralight, and hears a positive ID.
 
     Actually,  I'm quite happy to have shown that Ultralight radios are capable of breaking the "DU barrier."  Sooner or later one of the "Northwest Gang" (or maybe a lucky DXer elsewhere) will have a solid ID on an Australian, and I'll be the first to congratulate him.  Nick, Guy, Dennis and Steve all are very capable and experienced in DU DXing, and all have a great chance to hear the first Aussie ID on an Ultralight.  John B. is also coming back to Washington, and is sure to try his luck.  Good luck, guys!
 
                                                                                             73,  Gary




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C B
 

Gary,

I'd like to add my congrats as well. a DU on an
ultralight is phenomenal.

73

Craig Barnes
Wondervu, CO


--- D1028Gary@aol.com wrote:

Dennis, Rob and Allen,

Thank you all very much for your
congratulations on the 531-DU logging.
Unfortunately, the west coast DU experts all say
that there are at least
two good possible Australians on the frequency, and
even a New Zealand
possibility. Since there was no ID heard (only
repeated music, with no voice
breaks), the station will remain an "unID" until
somebody (hopefully me) receives it
again on an Ultralight, and hears a positive ID.

Actually, I'm quite happy to have shown that
Ultralight radios are
capable of breaking the "DU barrier." Sooner or
later one of the "Northwest
Gang" (or maybe a lucky DXer elsewhere) will have a
solid ID on an Australian,
and I'll be the first to congratulate him. Nick,
Guy, Dennis and Steve all
are very capable and experienced in DU DXing, and
all have a great chance to
hear the first Aussie ID on an Ultralight. John B.
is also coming back to
Washington, and is sure to try his luck. Good
luck, guys!



73, Gary



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