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Program Your VHF UHF Transceivers for Disaster Preparedness with FRS GMRS PMR MURS BUSINESS WEATHER MARINE HAM Channel Frequencies

PROGRAMMING FILE FREQUENCY LIST WITH HAM-FRS-PMR-GMRS-MURS-SAR-MARINE-WEATHER-BUSINESS CHANNELS - CLICK FOR PRINT

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from Instructables.com

Clothing and Weather Gear

Rolling together a clean change of clothes so it takes up the least amount of space possible leaves enough room for several days of changes and no worry about everything being tumbled and wrinkled.

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Mellymoo paper crafting singing in the rain, get well, feel better soon, Jane's doodles raindrops, doodlebug sequins

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Scorodite is a common hydrated iron arsenate mineral. It is found in hydrothermal deposits and as a secondary mineral in gossans (intensely oxidized, weathered or decomposed rock) worldwide. Scorodite weathers to limonite. Named from the Greek Scorodion, "garlicky"; when heated it smells of garlic.

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Training doesn't just mean learning about the job, it can also help prepare for worst case scenarios. (#USCG photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Rob Simpson)

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Ocean Currents...Surface Currents...Wind and Temperature GREAT EXPERiMENT!

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This is cool: These bikers are former Marines. They are hydrating & putting a cold compress on the neck of a proud Marine as he stood in his dress blues in 105* weather, holding his salute for the entire Rolling Thunder event in Washington D.C.

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from Mpora

14 Shocking Images Of Our Broken Oceans That Will Inspire You To Save The World

A study conducted on five Lake Michigan beaches found that the visitors are to blame for the accumulation of trash on the beaches. Volunteers collected trash samples to be analyzed by scientists at Loyola University to determine their origins. #LakeScientist #greatlakes http://www.lakescientist.com/study-finds-lake-michigan-beach-trash-comes-visitors/

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"Fish predict marine weather patterns far more reliably than the groundhog in February."