Management at the Megill River Lumber Co. are looking at a great deal on a little electric tram for running their workers to and from the logging jobsite. We're talking about a short stretch of rickety track, not too well-maintained, and as the loggers are getting a free ride, they wouldn't grumble too much about getting out and helping re-attach the pole to the guy wire. I'm thinking poles canted at the not-quite square, not-quite uniform height...but work in a pinch. What diameter trolley poles should they use? Could they even string the wire up through existing trees? Wouldn't that be cool?