Has anyone brought walkie talkies to the parks before ? I am thinking of buying a set and taking them with us. I just have to get the best ones with the longest range. Any recommendations ???? And how far they reach ?
I was thinking the same thing -- plus, if the OP forgets to turn them off while on attractions, they run the risk of having their experience and others' plagued by noisy interruptions. If one needs to be in such constant contact with their party that texting won't do, why not stay together?Plus if you walked around with walkie talkies, I'd ask you if you were security. Better to just text. Less attention drawn to yourself.
Breaker Breaker ! 19 theres a bear in a clown suit up ahead. better get a bogey and get to steppin.Used them at the beach when we were kids. It was fun listening in on other channels. Every once in a while we would get a trucker's voice coming through. I swear those guys talk in code.
Ha! My late father was a truck driver. When I went on a couple of trips with him as a kid, the cb radio would always go off with some guy shouting profanities. However, it being "trucker" talk, I still didn't understand a darn word because they sounded so muffled.Breaker Breaker ! 19 theres a bear in a clown suit up ahead. better get a bogey and get to steppin.
True enough but walkie-talkies have benefited from technology advances too and they are much more than they used to be. Some even do video!walkie talkies? For the love of God, this is the year 2018. I would think that we would have some advanced technology. Wait, that's it! A cell phone!