posted on 04 May 2015 03:18 by dispensablejack26
One of the surprise gifts my daughter got for her 5th birthday was a walkie talkie set from Girl Gear. Immediately after opening the set, she started talking about how she planned on using them.
Even if you have a good two way radio, it isn't bad to have some kind of receive only radio to get information on. While you can't send out a signal with them, these radios can receive information from sources hundreds of miles away, possibly guiding you to evacuation area or warning of dangerous areas and situation.
The following day, the radio earpiece took my father off the critical list and moved him to a regular room. I was still in shock with the news that Robert was dead.
This wreck shows a collision between a car and a street light. Fortunately, the police are on the scene in this frame. Does Google monitor security equipment and send their cars to the scene of every wreck?
There are a few choices when it comes to two way radios. Having one does you no good if there isn't someone on the other end to talk to. If you have someone in mind you want to keep in touch with in an emergency, you can simply get one for each of you. If you don' t have anyone in particular to keep in touch with, you can check your local city and/or county authorities for disaster preparedness guidelines. Sometimes they will suggest a type of radio for your area. Here is a rundown of the more common types.
For a moment, I was envious of my three children. I looked to the sky asking my heavenly Father why I have refused time and again to step out in faith, knowing he was with me all the time. I don't even need the walkie talkie. He has always been with me and yet, time and again I let whatever lies ahead keep me from the glories of expedition and adventure.
Police radios are zoned, which means police officers in one police district cannot hear radio dispatches from another district. For the GCNN this is a special problem because the section of the city they represent sprawls across four different police districts and three city wards.
The Corona-Australids is a short duration meteor shower, lasting only from March 14 to March 18. It is best observed in far southern latitudes. Nonetheless, the meteors sometime travel northward from the south, with as many as five to seven meteors per hour being seen. The peak of the shower is 4:45 a.m. on March 16.