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Author Topic: ATTN: BIG Island [Hawai'i] Hams, Please!  (Read 892 times)
N6HPO
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« on: June 08, 2007, 04:07:44 PM »

Hello All,

Last week, Doug Cataraha, KH6QR and I had a
great QSO. He told me of a lunch that is held by the Big Island Amateur
Radio Club every Friday. "Everybody knows about it!", he told me.

Hams from all over the world meet for lunch, whenever they are on the Big
Island.

I have written to two of the officers of B.I.A.R.C and neither one has
responded to my inquiry.

All I want to know is where and when. My wife and I are going to be on the
island somewhere between June 15th and June 23rd. I'd like to meet some of
the other hams throughout the world for an eyeball QSO!

Any help you can send would be most gratefully received!

73's

Alan, KI6HPO

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EXWA2SWA
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« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2007, 07:59:10 AM »

Google is your friend!

http://www.biarc.net/meetings.asp

73,
Jim NS5M
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N7NBB
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2007, 05:35:34 PM »

KH6QR has an E-Mail address listed on QRZ.com... his normal mailing address is there too.  I'd suggest just droping him an E-mail.

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W2WRX
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« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2007, 06:29:49 PM »

Aloha Alan,

Contact: KH6JPL- Billy in Eva Beach,Oahu,KH6CB-Sonny Waimanalo and WH6LU in the Big Island of Hawaii....

This guys should help you find a place or make some contacts in one of the Islands that you might stay at and they'll give you some frequencies to their repeaters so you can program it in your HT radio once you arrive there in the Islands.

Look up their callsigns and e-mails, then and explain to them of your coming to the Hawaiian Islands for a vacation......

Just give them my callsign to them and they'll know who it is.I known and talked to these guys and they know me,since I'm from the Islands too.Let them know on what islands that you be visiting.

73's and Aloha Oe',
Carl W2WRX........



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NS5M
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« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2007, 10:36:45 AM »

'nother thought: if you're going to be on O'ahu for any time at all, or plan on visiting USS Arizona or USS Missouri, send a note to the USS Missouri ARC, KH6BB and see if any guest op slots are open.

I had the pleasure & privilege of operating from Mighty Mo's radio room in Sept 2005, and found both a warm welcome and an exciting chance to run a radio.

73 and a big Oklahoma aloha,
Jim NS5M
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