The rotor shows the antenna is oriented North but in reality, it's been turned by the wind and is pointed East. The boom has twisted and the elements are tilted at about a 40 degree angle. If that wasn't enough, the 6 meter beam was also out of alignment with the rotor. So what to do when the antennas in question are up above 50 feet? You ask Jamie, VE9GOM and Dave, VE1LPD to climb and straighten them out. We at MAARC are fortunate to have two experienced climbers in the club who are willing to keep our antennas in tip-top shape. On behalf of all MAARC members, thank you Jamie and Dave for climbing and thanks to the ground crew of Gordie, VE9MM and Oscar, VE9OSK.