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Subject: Re: Holes in the trampoline
From: n0cwr@.........
Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2000 03:16:39 +0000

At 08:20 PM 8/1/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Thanks all for the interesting suggestions.  My wife already thinks I'm
>crazy.  If I start cutting holes in the basement floor I'd probably wind up
>sleeping with the seismograph in the dog house!


Our solution was simple.
We usually get good reads at night.
And surprisingly, we've had a satisfying amount of good reads the last year
or so now. Sure, we miss some reads to noise, but not that many.

Actually, when my son finds a location for "his" seismometer, ...(someday?)...
(...he built the Lehman as a college project and I've been "baby sitting" 
it since.)
I'm thinking about an observation hive for honey bee's in the location that
the Lehman seismometer is in now, a small room in my attached garage.
Crazy? Holes? How about a few 1 inch holes and some PCV tubing through 
exterior walls?
Bee's to benefit our flower garden, as well to help the now locally scarce 
bee's due the parasite infestation a few years back. Just another hobby.

....Son graduated this year with a B.S in Geology and he now needs to find a 
and a home for the Lehman of his own. BTW...I'm thinking of putting a pool 
table in his
old room. Bar room size should fit.

Yo Pop!


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