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by Flynn Glasgow (2019-05-11)


Family radio service or FRS frequencies are commonly used in 'walkie talkie' type radios. These radios are used a lot for family activities like hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, etc. GMRS frequencies are usually included on these radios. GMRS frequencies legally require a license, but only something like.02 percent of the people operating on these frequencies actually carry one. The range on these radios is limited to 1-2 antennas. FRS and GMRS radios have a fixed antenna, so you cannot extend the range.

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My last stop was the gas station. I did have half of a tank of gas but I knew I would need more before this weekend. The gas station was open and selling gas for $3.56 a gallon. I filled up anyways. Maybe the station was closed earlier because the tanker truck for our area was late or maybe the gas stations were updating something with the pumps. Whatever the reason, it was a normal Tuesday morning.

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I drove across the parking lot and entered a local chain grocery store. I was thinking that maybe people were anxious and stocking up on groceries. What I found was just the opposite. The store was about at its normal business level on a Tuesday morning. The bread drivers were stocking the bread, and the stock boys were stocking the shelves. On the way out I bought a $2 scratch off lottery ticket and won $5. Everything seemed normal for a Tuesday morning.