Hi Chuck!

That is all of my cat5 running to the "shack."  I ran a steel cable 
and they are wire wrapped several spots on the wire.  Look up the 
tower about 25 feet.  Thats a 10 point rack and skull.  :-)


At 11:32 AM 12/9/2009, you wrote:
>What's that fancy wrap on the leads to the tower?  Are you hanging and
>freezing deer sausage on that cloths line?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On
>Behalf Of Mike
>Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 9:16 AM
>To: WISPA General List
>Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wind!
>I just tried digging out a path for the animals to go back outside.  It's
>fruitless.  I have 4 and 5 foot drifts and the wind is gusting to 45 mph.
>With a 1/2 mile long lane and an old Ford with front loader, I'll be an
>entire day digging out.  I won't even start until this wind subsides.
>That's my 180' freestanding tower on the property.  It gets moving pretty
>good in strong winds.
>At 10:43 AM 12/9/2009, you wrote:
> >That may be what's going on but they looked steady when I was watching
> >them, but I can't see both ends at the same time obviously.  But that's
> >a lot of deflection.  I should have a better signal to begin with than
> >the -72 or 73 is sits at, seeing as how it's a short straight shot.
> >When I first put it in I was convinced I was connecting to a side lobe
> >due to the signal but I never could get any better than that.  I may be
> >on one and that may explain it but I'll be darned if I could ever find out.
> >
> >Bob-
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