Radio Antennas are up and working!

Friday, July 05, 2013

Today we both had off from work. Got up around 7 am and planned out our day. I scrubbed out the shower quick so that was out of the way. Three years ago or so we did a bathroom remodel and ditched the bath tub for a big full shower with a seat. We never used the bath tub for baths, just showers and it was over 50 years old and looked it. Have never regretted doing that, and it looks great.

We got both antennas up today. It took most of the morning and only required one trip to the Radio store and Lowes. Things went pretty smooth, we were both speaking to each other when we were done. emoticon

During off time when Jim didn't need me I took the pole chain saw and was hacking down the neighbors lilacs that were overgrown over our fence. I was really going for it and it looks so much cleaner and clearer now. Some of the branches were over 2 inches thick!. They all got dragged to the back yard and pitched over the fence. Was a workout believe me! I was worn out. We hit McDonalds for lunch while we went to Lowes and the Radio place. Got home and finished up with the antennas. All are connected and grounded. Jumped in the shower to clean up and got some wash going. Ate supper while watching the movie "Hansel & Gretel". Kicking back and relaxing now with the movie.
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    Yay, they are finally up and working! AND you are still talking to each other...
    1782 days ago
  • DR1939
    We replaced the tub in the main bath with a big shower with a seat about 15 years ago. I've never regretted it. It is so easy to get into and out of. I taught Psychology of Aging for 25 years and spent a lot of time talking about making a home easy for older adults. We've tried over the years to put in some of the features that I recommended.
    1782 days ago
    HAM radio?
    1783 days ago
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