Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WA6MHZ, Oct 7, 2016.
Never saw that coming
Yeah. Though when I first saw the photo of the other statue, I did have a Dogma moment.
Had to do a double-take before I was sure that it wasn't the modern version of Buddy Christ!
Thanks, not the way I remembered it, but found my 1989 pix and that is correct. Here a few
pix inside since you did not board it. Very dim lighting.
TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
There is also a beautiful Mormon temple on the island. I opportunity to visit it while at a Choral festival in 1991. We also sang at beautiful Catholic church near the Ala Wai canal
This antenna is very interesting. A standard KT-34XA is only 6 elements
but the one at KH6LJ has EIGHT Elements!!!
Must be a custom antenna
I've got enough KT34 parts to build one like this, but I could never turn it on the existing roof tower. Maybe on the 72footer if I EVER get it up!
Wonder if there are plans on how he did it. I have a 2nd boom for a KT34, almost enough to make 2 antennas. But the one I have up has been modified to the M2 setup, which is substantially stronger and different than the KLM KT-34
amp? He don't need no stinking amp.
Did you look for any good local food? I had the idea that there were lots of Mom&Pop walk in food shops in local strip malls and such.
I saw a few on the North end of the island, and alotta food trucks. But we didn't stop at any. I didnt want any problems on the poot poot seat! so I stuck with TRUSTED food like PANDA EXPRESS.
The POI they had at the LUAU sucked. Something was way different about it. I remember I loved it 20 years ago, and even smuggled some back home. NOW TSA would confiscate any POI I tried to bring home.
The taste of it was very bland and tasteless, I remember a brilliant flavor 20 years ago. (when we went to MAUI/BIG ISLAND for our 10th Anniversary) Wonder what changed?
Oh, yeah, forgot about your tummy issues. I've always heard poi tastes like wallpaper paste. *shrug*. I was only in Hawaii at about 2 a.m. for USAF MAC refueling stop returning from Guam.