The conditions was very good with clear dry weather in Grimeton, Sweden. The transmission hall was filled up with record-many visitors who had come to enjoy coffee, cake and Swedish ginger snaps, and to watch the activities with starting and running the old radio transmitter SAQ.
The operators from the Alexander Association was a little bit concerned about the start-up, due to the difficulties on the UN-Day on October 24th, however the “old lady” showed her most positive side and we had a flawless startup and transmission.
Lars Kålland was at the morse key, delivering the Christmas message.
This transmission was the grand finale for Lars, who has decided to retire from this duty.
Thank You Lars for all your great work at the Grimeton Radiostation!
We have receved so many fantastic listener reports, most of them via our on-line form, but some by E-mail and by regular mail. Your feedback is very important and we are very grateful for the efforts and energy you are putting in to these reports.
We are also stunned by the high amount. A total of 426 reports have been received, whereof 14 unheard, from 32 countries. We can only say one thing – Thank You!
Our thanks to Mike Terry for the above information