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2007 Central Coast ARC Field Day

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One side of our display board with info on ACREM. The other side of the board showing info on CB and emergency channels.
Another view of the display board.
Setting up the display. Talking to a visitor about ACREM.
ACREM Members with the St John first aid team. Liaising with WICEN members.
ACREM members visit other stands at the Field Day. "Honestly it wasn't me!" - chatting with security.

Dick Smith visits the Field Day

For those wondering, yes it is that Dick Smith - former owner of Dick Smith Electronics, well known Aussie adventurer, and Amateur operator VK2DIK! You can read more about Dick Smith on his Bio page on Dick Smith Foods website.

Mr Dick Smith with ACREM National Director,
Rev'd Martin Howells at the ACREM stand.
Viewing some of the Field Day historical displays.
Rev'd Howells and Dick Smith chat. Dick Smith departs from the Field Day.

Other Field Day images


Antenna, antenna, antenna!!!! The G3 receiver... (it's here apparently)
The VK2 QSL Bureau & Westlakes ARC. TTS Systems.
WICEN NSW trailer. WICEN NSW display.
Yaesu - wouldn't you love to own all these? Historical display.
More from the historical display. Even more historical radio devices!

The Crowd


The Flea Markets


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