The Atlanta, Georgia region is home to one of the largest exposed igneous intrusions in the world. That's to say, it's a big granite mound. A really big granite mound, standing about 825 feet above the surrounding terrain. It's called Stone Mountain, and it's a major tourist draw for the Atlanta area. Folks hike up it, run up it, party on it, hold religious services on it and will occasionally haul a radio to the top and do a Summits On The Air (SOTA) activation on it.
And no one does the radio on top of Stone Mountain thing better than my good friend, Joe Domaleski, KI4ASK.
I could go on blah, blah, blah, talking about Joe's adventure, but there's no need for more commentary. Joe handles it all in this excellently produced and edited video.
Great job Joe, and... more! We want more!
Thanks for sharing Brian. It was a beautiful night up on the rock. Amazing what 10 watts and a wire can do. 73, KI4ASKReplyDelete