Wolf Pack Yagi's
No I didn't rename my take-down-yagi, but I was amazed and quite excited upon cresting the summit of the Wild Cat Hills road back about 100 meters from where I am parked, to have 4 wolves run across the road directly in front of me, one being pure black, and the other 3 wolves a variation of tan and black with splashes of white.
At that point I pulled over and glassed the hill side that they disappeared over hoping they had stopped for a look back, but nope they had disappeared. About a minute later a 5th wolf crossed over the road 50 meters behind me, and quickly crested the hill to catch up with the other 4 wolves.
It was still quite dark in the breaking dawn when all this happened, so there really was no chance of a photo regardless, however I checked out the tracks that they left in the snow, and my open hand wasn't all that much bigger than one of their paw marks.
Part of the reason that I was out that way besides just enjoying the day, was to run more tests with my take-down-yagi. This yagi continues to impress my with how well it performs.
Ultimately my plan is to show you how to build your own copy of my take-down-yagi.
With the bands open, I also worked various stations on 17 meters while travelling down the road.
Click on the photo for a closer look.....