But I digress.
After mulching the leaves yesterday and then raking and bagging the remainder that the mower couldn't reach, I took the time to grab a spool of 14 gauge wire that I had sitting in the basement. I had intended to measure out 67 feet and cut it for the construction of said W3EDP.
Guess what - there was EXACTLY 67 feet of wire left on the spool! Exactly what I need to solder onto the end of the window line - no need to cut. How's that for coincidence?
The extended forecast for this coming weekend is a nice Saturday and a crummy Sunday. I hope to spend a portion of Saturday getting this wire airborne. The added bonus (if you will) is that since most of the leaves are down, it should be a tad easier to see exactly what I need to do.
The HF9V and the 88' EDZ are both working well; but I figure it never Hertz (sorry, I couldn't resist!) to get more wire up in the air.
It seems whenever I want to get something like this done, something always comes up to deter me from completing the project. I am hoping that I will luck out this weekend, and finally finish!
72 de Larry W2LJ
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