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|11-10-2018 08:47 AM|
What I find humerus is that it rarely bled until we were in Kobuk and quit once we were back. Maybe the lack of humidity had an effect. Thanks for your prayers. gene
|11-10-2018 08:05 AM|
How are you healing up gene? Hope you are beginning to feel better soon.
I had 2 big skin cancers removed from the top of my head sept. Of 1917. Been over a year and still not healed completely.
|11-06-2018 09:20 PM|
|11-06-2018 10:03 AM|
|pastorp||I will remember you in prayer tomorrow.|
|11-06-2018 12:52 AM|
|11-05-2018 11:21 PM|
How about a marine channel radio. In Alaska thatís what most of us used. I had one in my boat and a handheld for the skiff.
Radio shack Is out of business. But standard is a good brand of marine radio.
|11-01-2018 03:02 AM|
|gene_225||Thanks for the ideas. I'll look into those.|
|10-31-2018 09:19 PM|
Get a 4 pack of inside cordless phones that have the intercom feature.
Or, if you don't want to dial, a set of intercoms is available, as long as you both on the same side of the transformer. they should work fine----got the phone setup myself, shop to house, no problem, 0ver 100 ft. The phone set up will come with a base station and multiple phones. Mine is made by Panasonic.
Just checked, Amazon has the wireless intercom as cheap as $69.00
|10-31-2018 09:07 PM|
If you could get your hands on a couple of side band CBs they would do the job.
Surely there's some still on the market.
|10-31-2018 05:56 PM|
Communications with an out building
I'm trying to figure out an inexpensive way to create communications between our cabin and the 5th wheel trailer my daughter is staying in with her cats (under 100'). I thought of GMRS base stations, but most the ones I see on ebay that are inexpensive need power converters to work. So then I though of CB base stations. Couldn't find any. Would have liked to try Radio Shack, but I think they are out of business. Any other ideas or helpful thoughts? Thanks, gene