Pictures courtesy of Rich, AD6X and Sarah WD6FUF

                           2019 Annual SJHF Picnic 

                     Roeding Park Fresno - May 4th


The 2019 San Joaquin Net Picnic was held on Saturday,  May 4th at Roeding Park in Fresno at the Pine Grove Shelter. Set up began shortly after 9:00 and people started trickling in after that.  As usual, there was a great spread of salads and desserts to accompany the entrees and the perfectly grilled hot dogs by Jim -  AA6F!




















San Joaquin Net Picnic

         May 6, 2017


8/4/2020 - Bill, WB6FEH, recently was going through printed materials in his late dad's (WB6OTB) shack and came across these two items he wanted to share with net members. ​The QST article is a reprint from the November 1965 QST magazine that featured his amateur radio family. 

Pictures courtesy of Rich, AD6X

San Joaquin Net Picnic 2014

Choinumni Campout

     May 3 - 4, 2016

Photos courtesy of Sarah, WD6FUF

San Joaquin Net Members at International DX Convention

                                  Visalia, CA  April 21, 2018

The pictures below are of WA6KKD's power pole tower and antennas today. 30+ years ago Jim operated using these antennas at his family home in Cutler, California. The family home was sold after his parents' deaths,  but the antennas remain - although not as straight when Jim operated!

Pictures courtesy of Rich, AD6X

WA6MIZ Steve doing some feedline repairs on K6SNA George's antenna tower!

Back Row: Jack WY6B, Glenita KB6PKN, Rich AD6X, Ken W6WMD, Jim AA6F, Jim WA6KKD, Myron WA6BLB, Sarah WD6FUF,
Robert K6LYI, Larry AD6W, Bill WB6FEH 
​Front Row: Shirley  KD6DJD, Cathy KJ6EM, Bob K6RMW, Bob K6GDI, Mike WB6VGL, Roger WD6CNV 
​Not Pictured But Attending: Chuck W6DPD

San Joaquin Net Picnic

​          May 7, 2016


                               2018 Annual Picnic

The annual San Joaquin Net Picnic was held at Roeding Park in Fresno on Saturday, May 12, 2018. This year the picnic was again located at the Pine Gove Shelter at the northeast corner of the park. Approximately 20 hams were in attendance this year.






















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Thanks to Sarah WD6FUF, Bill WB6FEH, AD6X Rich (our "official photographer") and Myron WA6BLB for supplying these pictures.