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Old 06-20-2013
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... Any other suggestions for going up the mast other then a Bosuns chair?
A mast tower can provide access, a tall pier at low tide (but you're on a lake??) If you can get alongside an accessible pier I've seen people rent a cherry picker or man-lift for a half a day... apart from the added cost that's a pretty nice way to get up there and feel secure with good access.
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