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 Merry Christmas to members and guests
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 00:35 on 13 December 2009.
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We are almost at the end of another year and many of us are left wondering why time goes quicker as we get older. Still, we are drawing closer to a time of the year we can take as slowly as we like.

On that note I would like to wish all members and guests a Merry Christmas and at the same time I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this website a great place to visit in 2009. Let's hope for big things in 2010.

On that very subject I have had a fairly quiet time in 2009, vintage radio-wise. I've only purchased one receiver this year, an AWA Radiolette from 1935, which now takes its place on the shelving above my computer. After buying close to thirty receivers the year before, including no less than ten consoles, I felt it was time to take a break from acquisitions and concentrate on where I was going to put what I'd purchased. Unfortunately the space requirement for a collection of consoles now affects me about as much as it does anyone who's tried collecting them. They take up a lot of room and it may be that I have to offload some of them in the new year but I'll make a decision on that at a later stage.

Eat and drink lots - I know I will be. But please, please, please do not drink then drive. I want all members and guests to be safe over Christmas and back here for more fun in 2010. Smile


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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