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Bartles

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These where next to the fire department in Washington park Illinois.
 

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ussexplroer

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Ah yes. Here we have a nice selection in their natural environment. Notice how the smaller ones choose to look in one direction while the larger male of the flock looks up in a different direction to keep an eye out for new signals. You can notice in the back one of the smaller ones have been tagged in case it goes off and lives on it own. This happens a big when the heard is not longer required. :)
 

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Yep, both the 10' dishes on my old highschool have spun to the east looking for a ray of hope, a savoir to rescue them. A real nice Uni-Mesh on an AJAK H180 and a KTI. But unfortunately being a school makes the government involved and no hope in sight. :(
 

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Yep, both the 10' dishes on my old highschool have spun to the east looking for a ray of hope, a savoir to rescue them. A real nice Uni-Mesh on an AJAK H180 and a KTI. But unfortunately being a school makes the government involved and no hope in sight. :(

Offer them some $$ and they'll happily let you rescue them :D

Schools like $$
 
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Years ago I snagged a very nice 50' tilt-tower from a school roof. I tried to buy it, but the school board shot that down. A few months later a board member called and asked if I was still interested. I said yes, and he said the tower had been declared a safety hazard, and the board was accepting bids to remove it. I submitted a bid for $1 and the board accepted it. I did have to get a two day insurance binder for $25 and the work had to be done on a weekend or after school hours. A friend and I took it down in about 6 hours, and a month later I got a check for my dollar from the school district. :)
 
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