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Re: DVR questions
« Reply #30 on: December 06, 2010, 02:06:20 AM »
  I had DirecTV  out for a site survey...no go. 

Do you live in a cave?  :P

No, he lives in Oregon.  I had the same thing.  Direct TV would only serve me if I climbed about 40' up a few Douglas Firs and cut off some branches.
Yeah, they're suggestion for me was to cut down a doug fir that is blocking the line of site. ::)
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Re: DVR questions
« Reply #31 on: December 06, 2010, 09:35:05 AM »
  I had DirecTV  out for a site survey...no go. 

Do you live in a cave?  :P

I live in a deep draw between 2 very high tree covered hills.  When I moved there 16 years ago, I was the last house on the cable TV line and the first house in the area not to be on a telephone party line.
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Re: DVR questions
« Reply #32 on: December 06, 2010, 01:00:46 PM »
Ok I want to just say it was many minutes before I realized the Spinal Tap guy was Denny.

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Re: DVR questions
« Reply #33 on: December 06, 2010, 01:18:37 PM »
  I had DirecTV  out for a site survey...no go. 

Do you live in a cave?  :P

I live in a deep draw between 2 very high tree covered hills.  When I moved there 16 years ago, I was the last house on the cable TV line and the first house in the area not to be on a telephone party line.

And I thought I lived the furthest out on the far side of BFE!

I had a problem with my neighbor's albizia trees blocking my view of the DirecTV satellite.  My neighbor hired a contractor to knock them down (they are an especially nasty invasive species here in Puna).  I had DirecTV on the phone before the contractor had his D9 down off of the flatbed trailer.  Love my Sunday Ticket!

Albizia blossom honey does make very tasty mead, and my bees love the blossoms.  There is excellent nectar flow when the albizias bloom in the summer.
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