Makes me wonder how the ground systems are installed
on the microwave towers, and even the Forest Service
fire towers. The ones I've seen all seem to be high on
a very rocky ridge or mountain top. I'm sure they take
a lot of lightning hits. Anyone have any info?
73, Stew K3ND
--- K8fu@aol.com wrote:
> One caveat that I guess was not picked up from
> earlier postings is that the
> Frog here lives on top of an extremely rocky ridge.
> When they came out to drill
> the well the driller broke 3 bits before
> reaching150'. That's why I was
> curious as to whether there was any type of pwr
> equip available for rental, and if
> I could drive a sharpened piece of angle iron as a
> guide hole.
> Froggy K8FU
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