Some really nice thoughts here. Appreciate the article. I highly recommend you watch some videos on the UV5R. It's not too complicated. The main thing is knowing what frequencies might be useful to you, and where. Jot those down on some waterproof paper and throw them in the battery compartment. If you have to use it in an emergency, you'll be fine legally. There is an FCC exception for emergency use.
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Yes! Plus she'll have to work a little harder to get all the sugar she wants, so she might not use as much.
Thanks! I'm glad the text is appreciated. :)
I was thinking the same thing, except about the LA area. Sometimes the beaches are practically shoulder-to-shoulder.
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