I added an exterior TV antenna and a grounding rod next to it with a 6 gauge copper wire going to both the antenna mast and the ground on the coax coming from the antenna. It is about 15 feet from our electrical panel and after reading a bit more I have found that I need to bond the two rods together with a 6 gauge wire. The grounding rod for the house is inside a garage wall with a stucco exterior.
Can the wire for connecting the two grounding rods enter the attic under the eves and cross a portion of the attic and go down an interior wall?
What I would like to do is clamp the new wire to the wire that goes from the coax to the new ground rod and run it into the attic and down the inside of the garage wall, cut an access point into the wall where the house ground wire comes up to the breaker box and clamp it to that wire. Is that an acceptable way to do it?