I intend to cover all bases. I just mounted my
plastic owl on one of my newly polished elements and
aligned him due north. Used the "beak shadow" method.
(sorry, couldn't resist!)
73, Stew K3ND
--- Howard Klein <email@example.com> wrote:
> >From: "Don Munson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Ah but the beauty of the shadow method is that you
> do NOT need a compass or
> >have to calculate degree differences. Point the
> beam the same way as the
> >shadow. Excellently simplistic.
> >Don, W4GFQ
> That may be true in 4 Land but here in the "Cloud
> Capital" of the world you
> might have to wait 3 months to see a shadow!
> Howard...K2HK...Binghamton, NY
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