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Bry, fun is fine. But why not use the
same time and effort to build skills with lasting
value, that can be applied to other areas as well?
I did some xtal grinding back in the 1950's, when
I was a young Novice, and if I had had access to
the kind of digital products we have now, I'd have
been able to learn new things that could be applied
to other technical subjects.
One thing I believe I have learned about operating the
HF bands is that frequency diversity if far more productive
than being rockbound to a single freq for every xtal you
happen to own.
IMHO, it's a lot more valuable to build new tech skills
(and knowledge) than it is to learn that Bon Ami is the
best stuff to rub a wafer with.
73 - Bob, K6KL (in frozen North Dakota)
On Thursday, December 29, 2016 12:04 PM, "Bry Carling af4k@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...> wrote: