It’s Thanksgiving here in the States–without a doubt, my favorite holiday. What’s not to love about family, feasting, and, of course, friends? To that end:
I’d like to take a moment to offer my thanks to all of you who read, comment, and otherwise contribute to the SWLing Post community. You make this a terrific place for everything radio! Thank you.
And on the topic of radio–while anticipating a wonderful Thanksgiving meal–I’m reminded of this video I recently viewed. Evidently, some form of native wildlife–and suspicion rests upon a number of industrious squirrels and woodpeckers–decided that a radio microwave antenna in Bear Creek would be an excellent place to stash a few acorns and other winter nuts.
So–just for fun–here’s what it looked like when the field engineers cleaned out the microwave antenna cover:
Sometimes it really is a challenge to count all your blessings. At any rate, may your day, no matter where you live in this world, be just as abundant!
Happy Thanksgiving, friends!
I know of another place some rodents stashed their provisions, in the exhaust system of the backup generator.
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
That was great. Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!