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Suggestions for a new radio feed

Post by Greg46m » Tue Apr 14, 2009 5:27 pm

As some of you know, and all of you NOW know, I moved back to my hometown of Bryan, OH this year and have left Da' Fort behind. I have been thinking of putting up a radio feed from here in Bryan of the NS Chicago Line. I don't know what kind of coverage I'll get from it, but I'd say I should get CP327(Archbold) to CP352(Edgerton). Would any of you guys have an interest in tuning into this if I set it up? CJ has already voiced his support quite strong in favor of the idea. Anybody else? I know Butler would be a better place as there is more action, but as far as I know Mr. Mike still doesn't have broadband internet to support this. Post your thoughts so I can weigh the options to get this going.

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Re: Suggestions for a new radio feed

Post by Michael Meisener » Tue Apr 14, 2009 11:12 pm

Greg

Metalink say's June & I should have high speed wireless here. There supposedly a new tower going up due east that I should pick up more easily. When I get it ( a provider that will guarantee service) I will be happy to have it. I get so frustrated with my 3 hamsters on a wheel for dial up.

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Re: Suggestions for a new radio feed

Post by Greg46m » Wed Apr 15, 2009 9:39 pm

You need some steroids for you hamsters don't you. :)

That sounds good Mike, I can't wait to get it up and going.
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