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05 Dec 2015 
Preparation is essential for any camping trip, whether your staying for a week or just one night, having the necessary equipment to sustain you and your family is the number one priority. While there are many things available to take with you on your camping trip, some are more important than others. Lets take a look at the top items to bring with you when visiting the outdoors.


I raised my eyebrows in questioning response. Elaine explained that she and Tom had defined "blue jobs" and "pink jobs" - and, predictably, she did only the pink jobs. Also predictably, those jobs matched up pretty well with stereotypic "women's work". Cooking, provisioning, keeping the boat clean (including taking care of mold and mildew when it showed up), taking care of finances, and handling written and 2 way radio were some of the tasks that Elaine enumerated for me. Among other things, blue areas encompassed anything mechanical and metal with moving parts-putting such things as propane connections firmly in Tom's camp.


Hiking with six to eight year olds is generally a comedy of errors. Buy some of those disposable cameras or provide your kids with cheap cameras at the start of a hike. The novelty of being able to carry their own cameras will get you through your travels that day. Get the photos developed at a one-hour place if possible while you are still traveling - and then make a huge deal about their incredible pictures. Alternatively, you could provide them with some of the latest digital cameras that give an instant printout-however, you better be a "richdad" if you decide to make this choice. The next time you hike, the kids will be eager as long as you provide them with enough batteries and enough film or digital storage media!


The Second Generation - the second wave presented the introduction of GSM cell phones. The very first digital cell phone was introduced 2 way radios in the United States in Europe followed with the establishment of a digital network in 1991.


The next step, you will need to lay a paper clip on your talk button. The masker tape is applied to make sure that talk button will not damaged by the paper clip. You will also need to wrap and cover your walkie talkie by masking tape and also covering the talk button. You will also need to hide and masking it in certain rooms that you are going to spy or monitor. After all devices are properly set, you need to go to the other location and test your device. You need to make sure that you will be able to hear the conversation from your position before the conversation is begun.


Now about the results. The quality of communication is not ideal, though there were bang and noise it didn't disturb much. The range of communication was 2.93 mile (4.7 km). I guess, it could be much better.


One of the most popular and reliable methods for gathering information from an organization is to "scout the perimeter." Although, this is not as sexy as the "mission impossible" methods, it is very popular and very effective.


To test the new F4U-5's above 40,000 ft., our pilots needed hard hats, pressurized cockpits, and ejection seats. Ironically for three to four months in we had radio communication none of those three necessities!


It is no doubt that two-way radios have come along way over the years. Most people have found them impossible to live without, just like cell phones! From starting out at a maximum range of about 2-5 miles, you can now find them with maximum ranges of up to 14 miles! Next time you are on the go with friends or family, make sure you're prepared and take a two-portable radio radio along. They may just prove to be pretty handy.
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