Echoing Mark's sentiments...Sorry to hear about the tower and antennas
Don. All antennas are (and were) down here. They were on sawhorses in
the back yard, ready to go up as soon as the gin poles are ready.
However when the wind warnings came out I even took them off the
sawhorses and put them on the ground. The lightweight sawhorses went in
the shop while the steel ones stayed out.
On 10/27/2010 1:18 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> Won't be doing any 20/15/10 in the CQWW this weekend, as the tower
> with the A3S was blown over today by the 60+ mph winds with gusts up
> to 80 mph.
> The tower is lying on the roof of the house, as it broke off where it
> passed the roof edge, and, thankfully, the A3S was very, very slightly
> TV and FM antennas were destroyed, and the 2m vertical above all that
> is bent severely.
> The top of the tower was separated into two pieces by the impact with
> the roof.
> NO roof damage, but will have the insurance adjuster here tomorrow or
> Friday to look at it.
> Hope to have a replacement tower up before the snow flies.
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