Last night we were watching the Saints and Falcons see who could play the sloppiest football and near the start of the fourth quarter we started having all kinds of interference on the TV. I've never seen interference like this but I just started cussing someone making some transmission that was impacting the signal. We have a ranch about 65 miles west of Houston and occasionally we get interference that seems to be associated with all of the drilling going on out here. We have a high definition antenna that is about one foot square mounted on a pole about 25 feet in the air and it picks up an amazing number of stations very well. We were also waiting on some Lodge cast iron stuff to be delivered by UPS that my bride wanted for her new camp cooking endeavor so between waiting for UPS and the static on the TV we really didn't pay much attention to our two labs barking their butts off at the end of the house. By the time the Lodge stuff got here about 10 P.M. we weren't getting any signal on the TV station that had the game on and only one or two other stations and that was iffy. I had the TV do an automatic channel scan but it only got a couple of channels rather that the 70 or so it usually gets. After helping my bride play with her new cook stuff we went to bed with me having a new project for the next day to fix the darn antenna. Well this morning all channels were working just fine so thank goodness I didn't have to fix the antenna, there is more than enough stuff to do out here without that. The moral to this story is that when your two year old labs are barking their butts off at night and you start to have TV interference rest assured that those wonderful pups have chased a Possum up your TV antenna pole and it is clinging to the antenna which just destroys reception.