WLpf (Wind Load of a Pink Flamingo)
Depends on whether or not you have vibrating elements oriented True
North and be very careful Blake, wasps tend to nest in those Pink
Being a former resident of Miami-Dade County for about a decade I offer
up the following levity - if you have ever travelled Miami you will get it:
"Heah did you hear about the two Pink Flamingos that got married?"
"No, what about 'em"
"They bought themselves a really nice house in Hialeah and have two
plastic Cubans on the front lawn"
...before you jump - this was told to me by a Cuban co-worker!
Blake Meinecke wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jerry Muller" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>I sort of understand what Bill was saying when he said that I was pushing
>>neighbors in looking for 3 90 foot towers.
> No, that's not pushing it at all. Bright pink flamingos bolted to the tip
> of each element on a 3 stack of 40M yagis would be though, and then I'd add
> one for each additional bitching neighbor.
> What's the windload of a plastic pink flamingo?
> Blake N4GI
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