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Christmas on the Farm


Christmas on the Farm last won the day on December 3 2017

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About Christmas on the Farm

  • Rank
    Distinguished Member
  • Birthday 08/12/1961

Contact Methods

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Profile Information

  • My favorite Christmas story
    A Christmas Story
  • Location
    Kingsburg, California
  • Biography
    Farmer and Engineer
  • Interests
    Aviation, Year round Christmas planning.
  • Occupation
    Aviation business and Farmer
  • About my display
    Use light o rama and have 272 channels.
  1. Where is it now! Uggg

    Thanks Chuck
  2. Now I'm really behind schedule.
  3. Anyone in or near the fresno/clovis area? I am so lost

    I'm near Kingsburg. https://www.facebook.com/BradsLights/?ref=page_internal Come by next year.
  4. can you upload an example?
  5. Viewing Public Say the Darndest Things

    That's great! Years ago when our display was in town, we were walking up to our door and out of a car sitting right out front a boy said; Mom look! Do they get to live here?
  6. Viewing Public Say the Darndest Things

    I've had people ask; "how do you get the radio station to play the songs you want?"
  7. Viewing Public Say the Darndest Things

    Probably has no idea how radio propagation works.
  8. Viewing Public Say the Darndest Things

    I would like to hear if you have any funny comments from those who have watched your display. I’ll start; yesterday evening I went out to the road to pick up trash from the previous night’s viewers (a story in itself). A man stopped and asked me “why is this radio station so fuzzy at my house"? I asked where he lived; “in town” (that means at least 2 miles) I replied; I don’t think you can hear it at all there. He said; it’s just not right. I said; it would be illegal. Second; a lady came to the door and in the middle of the day asked me to turn on the display as she had driven so far. I politely let her know she would not be able to see anything anyway as the sun was out in full force. She went back out to the road and sat there for 20 minutes.
  9. Visit From FCC or Radio Listening Neighbor

    Thank you> I hoped someone would find it funny.
  10. Funny storie

    When he got back in the car he probably asked how was the show? Answer: you idiot you where in it!
  11. I was shooting for Thanksgiving night. Now I'm hoping for Sunday night.
  12. Visit From FCC or Radio Listening Neighbor

    Looks like we got about the same response to the same question.
  13. I'm not having this problem but, has anyone had a report to the FCC of a neighbor that you are interfering with his distant polka station? In the past I was the frequency coordinator for military frequency use at my installation. The FCC guys all seamed reasonable and ask them about this kind of situation and there feeling was that you are notified and given a chance to rectify before action is taken. Anyone have any experience?
  14. FM Transmitter suggestions

    A neighbor that owned the local drive in theater recommended the Ramsey FM100 transmitter to me. I have 2 Ramsey FM100B transmitters for my display (one back up) for almost 8 years now. I researched it and then put it to the test. The in car sound is great! Broad banded audio stable carrier frequency. Also, staying within FCC regs. the transmit footprint propagates excellent clean audio over the entire frontage of our display. We are in the country and the transmitter is along way off the street and the FM100B makes up for it. I also like the “sort of” mixer. It allows 2 sources to be mixed for output. Two concerns; #1, I wish it had native RDS. I really would like to add RDS to my display transmission someday. You can do it by home brewing into the IF circuit. For reasons to be covered in concern 2 I don’t want to hack up the PWB. #2, As of 1 Jan.’16 Ramey Hobby Kits has discontinued manufacturing transmitter kits. http://www.arrl.org/news/ramsey-kits-calls-it-quits What is out there are the remaining kits in the supply chain. I hate to see the support go for such fine radios.
  15. Who sequenced the new KIA Commercial?

    Best commercial of the year... so far.