Antenna work often entails getting up on a roof. When doing so, you are putting yourself into a strange environment. As you probably have no connection to the Fiddler on the Roof, whose job is to sit up there and day after day playing the violin, you might want to read this article on how to prepare for anything that might hurt you or even worse. Climbing up on a roof or working off a ladder is an important part of being a ham radio operator and following some simple rules will make it a safe experience. You can read the article I wrote on November (Friday) 13th, 2020 here.
Ham Shack by Don VE7DXE
This wonderful site run by Don VE7DXE is a place to buy and sell your valuable items that everyone gathers over the years. Check it out at hamshack.ca
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