On Sun, 13 Jul 1997 08:07:43 -0500 Dale Martin <email@example.com> writes:
>On Sunday, July 13, 1997 7:42 AM, Jerry K. Liley[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>You are then ready to go down, fit another
>>section and proceed to the next section.
>>I hope this helps someone. It has worked for me for 40 years.
>>GROUND PREPARATION is the key. One more thing.....It is handy to
>>one helper on the ground because it saves a lot of trips up and down
>>tower but all the ground person needs to be able to do is drive the
>>tractor, not lift anything heavy. The XYL can do that very well.
>>Once the section is secure she can drive the tractor back to the
>>point so you can reposition the gin pole for the next section. That
>>saves ONE up and down. <grin>Jerry,
>If the person on the ground can 'drive' the tractor, that person
>should be trainable to do the rope tying to the next new section.
>That way, the tower person can remain on the tower.
>Dale Martin, KG5U
I will probably get into trouble with this......but it is Sunday and the
"GIRLS" are at church and won't see it...........<grin>
Dale would you trust your wife to tie a knot strong enough to hold
anything heavier than your darned socks?????
There! I did it! It feels good......Gee, I hope she doesn't see
73, Jerry K0GUG....
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