Larry's Place

Photo of Larry

Welcome!

This page offers links to a selection of web sites that I have put together.

I am a retired broadcast engineer who worked for 25 years at ABC in San Francisco. This included KSFX, KGO-AM, KGO-FM and KGO-TV, with most of my time spent at KGO-TV, ABC 7, the Disney owned television station.

I still have a strong interest in TV and radio, and I maintain a detailed list of all the TV stations within 100 miles of San Francisco, a site about Sutro Tower, as well as a "Broadcasting" page offering a variety of other broadcast related information.  You'll find it all in the pages linked below.

I love traveling, photography, taking walks, working in the garden, working on my web sites, and spending time with friends. You'll find travel photos and a variety of other photos linked below.

The photo of me on this page was taken at Muir Woods National Monument.

My pages on the web

Photos from our many trips and adventures, plus photos from around San Francisco, including friends' visits, our flowers, and more

The boots site for men that I established in 1997. It's probably the world's largest!

Broadcasting links to TV information, station lists, antenna information, TV-Radio news, DXing, and historical broadcasting

My lists of DTV Channels within 100 miles of San Francisco with full information on each station

List of all U.S. DTV Stations

San Francisco's main TV transmission tower - facts, photos and extensive coverage of the digital television antenna project

Ham radio links, and the book I wrote, "Introduction to Packet Radio."

Live scans showing reception data from each receiver channel - updated several times each hour

Photos showing the television antennas that I use for over-the-air reception

TV channels that I have received at my home in San Francisco

Radio stations that I have received at my home in San Francisco

Photos taken in the years 2004 through 2016

Kenney Family Tree, photos and other information
(Password is required for entry)

A rememberance page dedicated to my late husband, Bill