Specifically to Steve, thanks for all your hard work keeping this great
To everyone else, lurking does provide lots of information. Sometimes
questions are asked that seem very specific, or like nobody else might want
to hear the answers. Usually that is not true. There are plenty of times
that I've gotten questions answered without even asking because of replies
to a similar question.
My point is, reply to the reflector too - your wisdom is useful to more than
the original questioner!
73 de Al, KE1FO
Visit my amateur radio contesting blog at ke1fo.wordpress.com.
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 7:34 PM, <K7LXC@aol.com> wrote:
> Howdy, TowerTalkians --
> Thanks to everyone who contributes and also lurks (there are 1800
> members right now) . You folks make TT the great resource that it is.
> What we do is talk about tower and HF antenna construction projects.
> Mostly it's really interesting and everyone acts like an adult. Take a
> But it occurred to me that after all the blood, sweat, tears and $$
> what we don't get a lot of is feedback. How did it all go? Was it as good
> you expected? What was easy? What was difficult? What would've made it
> easier? Would you do it again? What did you learn? HOW DOES IT PLAY?!?
> Hey, we're going thru all this agony to HAVE FUN! Work DX. Improve our
> signal. Do something new. HAVE FUN!
> Let us know how you're doing!
> Steve K7LXC
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