His name is Terry and I remember him giving a presentation of his tower and
antennas down in Visalia some years ago. The great part of this story is he
made everything, tower and antennas, and he put the whole thing up himself.
If I remember correctly, 80m through 1296 mhz rotatable antennas, all
full-size monobanders. It is one of the best shows I ever saw down there!
One of the nicest guys you ever want to meet too. I would love to see it in
person too. If you go, please take some digital pix's and send me a few.
73 de Mike
Mercer Island, WA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kelly Johnson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2007 7:11 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Escondido Tower
> I've been asked to share the answer to this "trivia question" with the
> list. I didn't think it deserved TT bandwidth, but apparently
> inquiring minds want to know. It appears that the answer is: K6JL ex.
> W6MKB. He apparently owns the 200 ft. rotating tower I remember from
> the cover of QST or CQ back in the 70's and dreamed of from the time I
> saw it. The reason I asked was that I will be going to San Diego on
> business soon and thought it would be fun to drive over to Escondido
> to see it if it was still up. Apparently, it is still there. I may
> go see it just for fun.
> He only has about 500 hits on QRZ.com so I guess he isn't that active
> I think that end today's little tower trivia thread :-)
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