Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by AA7QQ, Nov 8, 2019.
I think they may join us for dinner sometime.... All the neighbors want them gone.
In the Hannibal Lector sense....having a friend over for dinner?
It's really nice there. Just from transporting that forklift there, I was like the town hero. I think I had to argue about paying for my lunch & the lady's husband worked at the shellfish dealer.
Well, killing a gator here is like bragging about running too much power on QRZ. People do it, but will deny it.
My wife knows the proper cutting of gator meat. It's critical, as the grissle will have you on the toilet for a day or so.
I visited Cedar Key once when I was working in the area. I thought it was a cute place but no way in heck I'd want to live there. The thought of getting out in hurricane season gave me the willies.
After they get up to about 4 feet they start to look at humans as prey....
Man, I'm sink hole paranoid and that pond looks like one waiting to swallow some houses.
But I would seriously have the opinion of an engineer locally as to how much concrete you will need. It might surprise you.
GL with the new place! Other than the sinkhole in the back yard, FB!
Lived right on the rim canal of Lake Okechobee during the lowest water recorded. We know gators well I might have a 14' rod with a Penn International on it just for the job. Damn, they can be fun.
It's actually a spring fed pond. No chance of a sinkhole. I'm thinking about 2 yards for a 35' tower. Should be a bit overdone, but will handle it. I lived here before & know the concrete company. I'll get a leftover load of 3500 PSI fiber reinforced.