A few weeks ago I routed the 3 cables that run to the Baby Loop from the shack. This comprises the 4 core rotator cable for the Yaesu G-450C rotator, the 3 core tuner cable (only 2 cores used of course) and the antenna cable itself.
These all pass through a hole drilled in the wall which have junction boxes on either side. The cables all run in passthrough so there are no connections inside of the junction boxes. The boxes purely keep the elements out.
Then the cables all run to a external garden electrical box and are coiled up inside when not in use.
The antenna assembly itself is mounted atop of a short mask comprising the rotor and various clamps. The base of the mast is secured to an old parasol base which is made from steel. The whole lot is stabilised by a pair of stage weights.
The rotor turns the antenna with ease and the antenna tunes well across the whole frequency spectrum,