That’s all Folks…

Posted: September 27, 2018 in Uncategorized


After a lot of thought, I have decided to end my Blogging. For the most part, it has been fun and interesting. I have most enjoyed my interviews of fellow DXpeditioners and I had hoped to include many others. But just like anything on the Internet there is a dark and seamy side of putting your thoughts and views out there. I have grown tired of the negativity and attacks, some from my fellow amateur radio Bloggers. I have decided to focus on other more positive aspects of my life.

Best wishes and 73,

Paul N6PSE

  1. Jim says:

    Good luck! I don’t blame you one bit, but thanks for your past posts.

  2. Gary W8VI says:

    I think if you took a poll at least 90% of us enjoyed your posts and agreed with many of your comments. Please do not allow the noisy and very small minority that always find fault and jealousy influence your decision.

    Your a good man Paul who has added much value to our DX world – and I for one will miss your interesting and valuable comments.

    Thank you for doing the blog and hope you reconsider.

    73 and gud DX


  3. F1JKJ says:

    I really enjoyed reading you. Thank you !

  4. Roger says:

    Paul: I always have enjoyed reading your blog. Your have brought up topics of interest to amateur radio and DXing in particular. I think N6PSE will show up again over here in Flyover Country.
    If not on the web then showing up on the air either from your Silicon Valley QTH or with the Intreped DX group operating from an exotic DX locale .

    73 Roger K5RKS Oklahoma City

  5. Robert H. Pusch, WD8NVN says:

    Thank You Paul, for providing a quality venue to express thoughts and opinions concerning ham radio… Paul, I think you made a sound decision escaping from the ham radio blogging scene.. ( Ham radio does not put food on the table.) Thank you and Very 73′ !!

  6. Gene says:

    Speaking of putting food on the table, I had lunch with Paul last month in San Jose, CA.

    Paul (and the Intrepid DX Team) loaned VP6D a number of Pelican cases and a BGAN terminal. Over the years I’ve learned a lot about DX-pedition planning from Paul. He willingly shares his intellectual capital, experiences and ideas, many of which he blogged about.

    I understand why he’s retiring the blog and feel fortunate to have his telephone number and e-mail address to continue our exchanges. I’ll see Paul in January when we return the borrowed equipment and hopefully again have lunch.

    I always enjoy meeting Paul and this team mates at Visalia and Dayton, and look forward to next year’s conventions.

    Good luck in the future Paul.

    GS K5GS

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