Firstly, I apologize for this seeming like an ad. I am a lurker of sorts on
the list. I soak in all the info and post very rarely. I have several
buddies who are HAMs.
We are a small Tower/Climbing crew with reasonable rates and flexible
rates (one of my more recent jobs we traded our time and labor for some
I also know quite a few climbers throughout the country so if anyone
needs someone closer for a very small project post here and maybe we can
make a recommendation.
"Life is unfair, but root password Helps"
Justin S. Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CCNA - A+ - CCNT - TAT - ACSA - COMTRAIN
MTIN.NET Wireless - WISP Consulting - Tower Climbing
> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 18:29:55 +0100
> From: "hermans" <email@example.com>
> Subject: [TowerTalk] RE : Plenty of Ham Friends who climb towers
> To: "'Alan NV8A'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'towertalk reflector'"
> Cc: 'Lee Buller' <email@example.com>
> Message-ID: <000401c793f1$fdcc3b10$1e01a8c0@sectf5ta8hyshw>
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> Hello Allan,
> Abos and Wono, do they cross the Atlantic.... I need some lowcost climbers
> some time.....
> 73 Jos ( 73 years young )
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de Alan NV8A
> Envoy? : vendredi 11 mai 2007 16:11
> ? : towertalk reflector
> Cc : Lee Buller
> Objet : Re: [TowerTalk] Plenty of Ham Friends who climb towers
> I originally intended to put up a tower I would need to climb, and I
> even bought a safety harness to allow me to do so safely. But then my
> wife (now a ham too) persuaded me that I am too old for this sort of
> thing and that I/we should spring for a tilt-over crank-up.
> Alan NV8A
> On 05/11/07 09:42 am Lee Buller wrote:
>> This is more of a Lament that anything. A subscriber commented in the
>> StepPIR vs any other antenna war....that he has plenty of ham friends
>> to climb a tower.
>> Well, try that in Kansas....with all the guys in our club pushing 60
>> and above with about three guys below the age of 40. Yes, we try to
>> get young people involved, but most are not interested. The last
>> class we had were all retirees wanting something to do...or...people
>> interested in Disaster/Terrorist/ParaMilitary operations. These are
>> the guys who want to have a mobile radio and a handitalkie on their
>> belt. Not general run of the mill guys interested in
>> I am sure there are other people out there living in the "hinterlands"
>> that have the same issues....lack of Ham Friends in the immediate
>> locale. RATS! If I need tower work done, my good buddies, AB0S and
>> W0NO, have to drive 2 hours. Well, that is par for the course in
>> Kansas...at least iit is flat and straight roads and you can run 75
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