Wyoming Public Radio Doesn't Horse Around
February 22, 2008 at 5:47 AM (PT)
New technology is extremely powerful, but sometimes it takes a little physical horsepower to get the job done, writes PRPD.COM. In this case, WYOMING PUBLIC RADIO employed a team of horses to get to and repair a transmitter for THERMOPOLIS, WY.
When faced with the challenge of how to reach the isolated site, PD ROGER ADAMS offered a proven but never before considered alternative. He would guide engineers into snowbound sites on horseback -- their tools and parts aboard a pack horse.
The whole story, with pictures, is available on the WPR website.