This can also easily be done with ropes if you don't have a tape measure
that long. Just make the short one equal to the distance to the first guy
point & the second twice as log. And we thought that we would never use
that trig that we had to learn in high school!
>It is easier to just use tape measures simulateously
>to triangulate. This avoids drawing arcs on the ground. For example,
>mark the first guy point at the correct radius and arbitrary angle,
>then pull one tape measure from the guy point and another from the
>tower center. Move them around until they cross each other so that
>the one from the tower center is the correct radius and the other
>reads twice as much. That is the next guy point.
Jim Rhodes K0XU