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Liaison mission for SI9AM during the Diggiloo show
at the Thai pavilion

2009-07-25 New Pictures, in the end of the website

Fifty hams

Also this year SI9AM had a liaison mission during the Diggiloo show. We were fifty hams who work from the early morning to midnight. Our mission was to park all cars on three parking areas. We also helped the "Diggiloo-people" with  different small projects.

Work in the morning
In the morning we built up the HQ-station and a restaurant tent near the Museum.

We had 2-meters hand-held equipment and we
were QRV on separate frequencies depending on the mission we had for the moment. The HQ-station was on 145,450 MHz and distributed information to all of us and answered all our questions.

It was a very warm and fine day with sunshine the whole day. For the hams on the parking areas without trees and no shadow it was very hot. A lot of water was consumed.

Thai festival
During the day there was a Thai festival and the cars began to arrive from about nine a clock. Of course many people also visited the Thai Pavilion.

Sandwiches and food
During the whole day coffee, tea, water, cakes, sandwiches and food was served in our restaurant tent.

They way out
When the show ended about 23.15 we were on the three parking areas to show and help the cars to find their way out. After 30-40 minutes all cars had left the parking areas and we were told that we had done a good job.

Thanks and good night
At 00.30 we ended the day in the restaurant tent with
hot dogs with bread.

A big thank you and “YOU ALL DID A GOOD JOB” to all 50 hams.

If you click on the photos you will see them larger.

There was a lot of equipment to bring to Utanede. This car was packed with water, coffee sandwiches and lot of other things.

Now we are closed to the Thai Pavilion and the Diggiloo show.

A family with four hams. SM3PZS/Per-Erik, SM3YJD/Ammi, Tim, SM2YJC/Andreas and SA3YLK/My.

SM2YJC/Andreas and SA3YLK/My

SM3MEH/Tomas to left, liaison officer for SK3BG, Sundsvalls Radioamatörer.

SM3BQC/Arne, Anette, SM3EAE/Lars and Anders Lundström (to the right).

A new "Picasso"? SM3SZW/Sven-Henrik shows were the parking areas are.

Hams from SK3BG, Sundsvalls Radioamatörer.

Take it easy now! Soon it's time for today's work.

Take it easy now! Soon it's time for today's work.

The work has started and the yellow vests are on.

The tractor helped us a lot during the day.

A tent is moved and placed in front of the Museum.

10.30 local time. A cup of coffe and a sandwich.

SM3SZW/Sven-Henrik gives a short information.

All listen carefully.

All hams have yellow vests. It’s easy to recognize us.

Inside the museum.

Inside the museum.

Inside the museum.

Inside the museum.

What a beautiful dress!

The little lake.

The little lake.

The headquarter – HQ. SM3SZW/Sven-Henrik, SM3CER/Janne and SM3DMP/Thomas.

It is twelve a clock and its lunch time.

The food was delivered from Restaurant Holmstagården.

It taste good says SM3PZS/Per-Erik.

All are hungry

Some of the hams from SK3BG, Sundsvalls Radioamatörer, are eating.

More hams from SK3JR, Jemtlands Radioamatörer have just arrived.

SA3BAT/Cor, SM3FJF/Jörgen and Karin.

New information for hams who just has arrived.

(Nearest the camera) SM3EFS/Lennart and SM3FWT/Hans are resting their tired bones.

SM3SZW/Sven-Henrik is planning the work for the rest of the day.

Coffee, water and a sandwich.

SM2YJC/Andreas, Tim and SA3YLK/My takes a short break.

SM3WTZ/Hans and SM3GHE/Nils.

The children could do a lot of fun here.

A lot of people are listening at the Diggiloo show.

A lot of people are listening at the Diggiloo show.

A lot of people are listening at the Diggiloo show.

A lot of people are listening at the Diggiloo show.

The parking areas.

The parking areas.

The parking areas.

SM3LIV/Ulla from SI9AM: "SI9AM thanks everyone who has worked during the Diggiloo - day."

Some pictures from Parking Area "B"


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