I am honored that a photo of my gag got on the web without my knowledge.
How in the world did you come across it, Terry?
Here's the story. I am an old bike racer. Oklahoma has an annual event
called the "Freewheel" where hundreds of cyclists ride about 700 miles from
border to border across the state. I was going to have done it this year,
but my plans changed. The route was scheduled to go right by N5OT.
Naturally I felt inclined to show all my friends I was thinking of them,
even though I wasn't out riding with them.
I bolted the bike on at about 7am, and the riders started coming by at about
7:45am. I was tickled to see more than one stop to take a photo. Little
did I imagine my little prank would make the WWW - at the hands of someone
else. I was going to click a few photos before I take it down - and
probably would have posted them myself - probably still will, but what a
The bike is the first nice bike I ever had - it was given to me in about
1984 by my lifetime pal David, N6AN (AA6RX). I have gotten other bikes
since, so I figured it was a fitting retirement for Dave's bike on my tower
for the Freewheelers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Terry Dunlap" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 7:01 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] New kind of hazer?
> Does anyone know if this is some kind of new hazer or perhaps a new method
> for tramming an antenna up a tower?
> 73 de Terry KK6T
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