Sorry Same old aerial question

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Sounds like a job well done. Don't leave the guying for too long as the weatherman said there's a tornado due in your area tomorrow ;)
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All done yesterday Tuesday.
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Nice one :)

I just bought the 3 metre pole I wanted as ebay kindly sent me a £10 off voucher to use, so that was a third off it.

Even once it's all done and the old Imax is cranked up off the floor and waving 50ft high at the tip, I still don't think I'd be able to reach you as I'm surrounded by 150ft high hills 90% of the way around. I'm about 10 miles south of Bristol.
I've been trying to get my home-made, own-designed wind-up mast sorted since about February!
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But here is where i go and where i wanted the best setting on the aerial.

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I can easily get down that far. Legally though is another matter.
The lowest I've ever used is ch1 eu-block ;)
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