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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by haoleboy, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. haoleboy

    haoleboy New Member

    My name is Dave, and I live in Redding, CA., ride my bike to work (volunteering), at least I did until it stopped working. I have a Diamondback Beach Crusier, and thoroughly enjoy it. The motor is a RAW motor (discontinued). Let's see... what else can I tell about myself..... oh yes, born and raised in Hawaii, moved away when I was 34, following a wahine, she went back to NC, found someone else, happily married for 32 years. I am retired, from my own business of restoring natural stone. Now I volunteer at a local hospital, am President of the Volunteers, and in July, I will return to chair the volunteers in the Emergency Room. Short story, huh?

    Thank you for reading this.

    Thank you!
    Last edited: Feb 11, 2012

  2. loquin

    loquin Active Member

    Welcome aboard, Dave.
  3. haoleboy

    haoleboy New Member

    Mahalo Nui Loa!!! (thank you very much)
  4. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Active Member

    Howziit haoleboy!

    As ALL locals will ask, what high school did you attend?

    Welcome to the club, Dave!
  5. haoleboy

    haoleboy New Member

    Howzit, brah!
    I wen to James B. Castle... in Kaneohe ....not goin' tell when I grad.....bumbye tell my age!!!
  6. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Active Member

    LOL, age showing in da upper right corner.

    St. Anthony School on Maui, class of '64.

    Okay, Castle High, where Bryan Clay, Olympic gold medalist went school.

    E komo mai (welcome)!

    So your Happy Time engine kicked the bucket.

    How come?
  7. haoleboy

    haoleboy New Member

    No maki yet bruddah..... da clutch wen lok up.... no can sheef.... so gotta get one tool fo hemo da clutch, and look inside if get sa mo damage.....let u know bumbye....

    So which part Honolulu you stay?
  8. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Active Member

    I live by Radford High School.

    I ride my motorized bike to work every day, on Waiakamilo Road, about 6 miles.

    Remember where the pineapple cannery was? That's the welfare office, where I work.

    Check your clutch cable adjustment. Maybe no huki (pull) enough.
  9. haoleboy

    haoleboy New Member


    The Hawaiian Pine Cannery is puka?

    I use to work there for just a little bit way back in the 60's....
    I'll finish later in an email...... write me @