The US economy is beginning to grow after two years of declines in most asset classes. Opportunities to make money have been few and far icom radio
between as credit has been tight and headline risk has dominated financial markets. In many
areas of the United States, commercial real-estate vacancy rates continue to climb, but many think the market drought has peaked, and 2011 might create a number of great opportunities.
Dublin Castle has been occupied since it was built in 1204 A.D. It covers 11 acres and contains two museums, two cafes, two Gardens, an icom radio earpiece
Center and remarkable staterooms filled with luxurious furniture and art. It is easy
to spend the day, walking in the beautiful gardens, exploring the impressive staterooms and enjoying lunch in one of the wonderful cafes.
Get an 800#: This number is easy to get, and you only pay when someone calls you. You can use radio earpiece it for pre-recorded messages. This is an easy way for anyone to contact you, a way to get
some business from Canada (it is costly to call Canada and some people therefore don't), and it gives you a very professional image.
Jerry sat in the front seat furthest from the engine and its noise, to handle radio communication. I sat in the back seat and flew the aircraft. A take off in an ultralight airplane is a 100-foot
hop, skip and before you know it, you are airborne, angled back precariously - staring straight at the heavens. As we climbed to 500 feet, Andrews was in sight. This is not to say that our vision
rivals that of an eagle, it's just hard to miss an airfield that seemingly occupies half the state of Maryland. At 1,000 feet we leveled off, throttled back and contacted Andrews' approach
The number one tourist attraction in Dublin is the Guinness Store, site of the old Guinness Brewery. There is a self-guided tour, and at the end, you can enjoy a "pint 'o Guinness" in the "Gravity
Bar" at the top of the brewery.
Summary For portable (walkie-talkie) use, it's hard to beat a full power GMRS handie-talkie for price and convenience. For example, a pair of Uniden 5-watt handies complete with charger will set you
back under a C-note and provide about the same range as a pair of CB handie-talkies, which in most cases, will cost more. For mobile use, it's personal preference; both GMRS and CB mobiles will give
fairly comparable range. For base use, IMHO the CB can't be beat for best "bang for the buck". GMRS can beat CB range with a repeater and/or highly directional antennas, but again, this is getting
into "hobbyist" areas. As with so many things in life, it all depends how much you want to spend!