what poi's would you like to see on here.

 

what poi's would you like to see on here.
let me know-i'll get on it right away!
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Re: Humpty's Restuarant

fkeddy wrote:

These are all in Canada..but I sure would like to see a POI for them..any chance that might happen?
smile

Sure, I can do that. (I already have a file for Ricky's, so doing another one for Humpty's would continue the theme.)

Humpty's

I just sent a file on these to poi factory.

Thank you so much!

Your the best!

Fantastic!

mahoney wrote:

I just sent a file on these to poi factory.

fast work ...thank you ..thank you!
smile

You are a POI hog!

mahoney wrote:

I just sent a file on these to poi factory.

LOL! Great job!

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What pois

Any POIs that members want to put together. The question is... how accurate are they going to be? Quality rather than quantity! I`m appreciative for all these files because I am relying on some of them to take across some states. I am looking for files (Rest areas. restaurants. gas stations, hotels and some interesting POIs along the way)to use this summer on my way to Florida going along I75.

Rest areas POI

One of the most popular, usually in the top 3 for downloads.

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/6643

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poi

poi for td canada trust and tim hortons for quebec updates

ups store or a fedex store

looking for a ups store or a fedex store

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MKEBIKECOP wrote:

looking for a ups store or a fedex store

FedEx Office Kinkos

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/3683

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UPS Stores Across the USA Including Alaska and Hawaii

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/13872

Attractions

Amish PA POI

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Try these for starters

Icedog wrote:

Any POIs that members want to put together. The question is... how accurate are they going to be? Quality rather than quantity! I`m appreciative for all these files because I am relying on some of them to take across some states. I am looking for files (Rest areas. restaurants. gas stations, hotels and some interesting POIs along the way)to use this summer on my way to Florida going along I75.

Try these for starters - These have been a staple addition in my GPSr for a couple of years and can vouch for the accuracy.

Rest Areas
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/6643

Offbeat Tourist Attractions
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/2661

There are also plenty of horestaurantestraunt POIs too

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Only what is essential

That is what is not already on a GPS such as Garmin City Navigator.

Most of the POI is redundant with City Navigator and what can be had with a smartphone.

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that is already done....

alofficial wrote:

Amish PA POI

I created one aleady look in the attractions area. You will find it.. I will ty to find a link for you soon. Or else someone else will I am sure. It still is very current and did not need update yet. I am alway checking that one too since I am going there alot on vacation.

Good Luck

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Amish

bobkz wrote:

I created one aleady look in the attractions area. You will find it.. I will ty to find a link for you soon. Or else someone else will I am sure. It still is very current and did not need update yet. I am alway checking that one too since I am going there alot on vacation.

Good Luck

My guess is that the POI you are looking for would be in the following (can't confirm on my end for sure).

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/14662
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/4055
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/14663
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/14664
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/2648

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Yep...

Thse are them.. I know they are old but the information in it has not really changed.

I will look them over again today just to make sure.

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The Amish...

bobkz wrote:

Thse are them.. I know they are old but the information in it has not really changed.

I will look them over again today just to make sure.

The Amish haven't really changed much since the 1800s, so I'm sure any POIs related to them should still be the same....

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what poi's would you like to see on here.

Good places to watch UFO's.

You should check out my offbeat file..

triliby wrote:

Good places to watch UFO's.

I have a few places where they were reported. Always looking to add more in it. Lot of other fun places too.

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Updated POI's

I would like to see some of the POI's we use (in the Chicagoland area) updated as they are way out of date with new locations being opened all the time.

Just to name a few...

Binny's Beverage Depot
Portillo's Hot Dogs
Chase ATM Locations
Caribou Coffee

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XM Sirius Terrestrial Towers

Although many people recognize that XM Sirius is satellite radio, they also have some terrestrial towers to hel fill in areas of poor signal strength, like tunnels, underground parking, etc. I would like to see a list like this. I don't think it would be too large, since there are probably just a few sites at best in larger metropolitan areas.

WHAT POIs Would You Like to See Here?

I sure would like POIs for Veterinarians and Vet Hospitals. Those of us with RVs who fly the road a lot usually have dogs. We travel with 7, and finding yellow pages is pretty difficult these days. Just got the Garmin 2595LMT and could sure use Veterinarian POIs.

Easy

ddwittman wrote:

I sure would like POIs for Veterinarians and Vet Hospitals. Those of us with RVs who fly the road a lot usually have dogs. We travel with 7, and finding yellow pages is pretty difficult these days. Just got the Garmin 2595LMT and could sure use Veterinarian POIs.

On your 2595 tap Where To? then tap Point Of Interest then tap Spell Name and finally type Animal and you will see all the vets and animal hospitals around your loaction with the word animal in their business name.

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Aminal Hospitals

New poi

How about all hotels/motels and.RV campgrounds in the US that are dog/pet friendly.

Pets Welcome

mcmicth wrote:

How about all hotels/motels and.RV campgrounds in the US that are dog/pet friendly.

I believe that you may find what you are looking for is already here. Take a look at:

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/10677

With best wishes,
- Tom -

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Update to covered bridges POI

I would like to see an update to the covered bridge POIs. On some of our tirps, the GPS would alert us, but when we got to the bridge location, there would either be nothing there, or pilings where the bridge used to be.

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call Orkin

groundhog wrote:

I would like to see an update to the covered bridge POIs. On some of our tirps, the GPS would alert us, but when we got to the bridge location, there would either be nothing there, or pilings where the bridge used to be.

Darn termites... rolleyes

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Maintainer has no contact tab

groundhog wrote:

I would like to see an update to the covered bridge POIs. On some of our tirps, the GPS would alert us, but when we got to the bridge location, there would either be nothing there, or pilings where the bridge used to be.

Since the maintainer has no contact tab, send a email to JM and let him know of the changes to the file.

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@groundhog

pwohlrab wrote:

Since the maintainer has no contact tab, send a email to JM and let him know of the changes to the file.

...or, if the file has been "orphaned" then perhaps volunteer to "adopt" it as your contribution to the POI Factory community.

Anybody

mention tattoo shops?

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Bridges

A lot of the covered bridges in Easter NY and VT got destroyed in the flooding last year so there may be lots to update. Not sure how many will be rebuilt. Many were destroyed beyond repair so they would be modern replacements if they are replaced.

update to the covered bridge file

I would like to see a update to the covered bridge file! I had to edit the file I downloades, and removed about 230 bridges because they no longer exist.

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Cowboys

Cowboy Action Shooting places..
SASS...Single Action Shooting Society
NCOWS...National Congress of Old West Shootists
Thanks

like the blue highways

Blue highways are what one sees on the old maps, like route 66.. not freeways or toll roads or expressways.. but roads that get you across country.. and all the stops along the way

I Have Two Types Of POIs That I Recently Thought Of

The first one is mailboxes for mailing a letter. I don't know if the locations are availble on the USPS website, but it seems like when I want to mail a letter and I am away from home, it can be difficult finding a United States Postal Service drop box.

The other one is going to be for a very small part of most GPS users. I think it could be handy to have the POIs for every fire hydrant in the United States documented. That way fire service could have them in their GPSs and determine the closest hydrant when at a fire scene.

jim1348

Mail a letter, what is that?

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We have it

Jim1348 wrote:

The first one is mailboxes for mailing a letter. I don't know if the locations are availble on the USPS website, but it seems like when I want to mail a letter and I am away from home, it can be difficult finding a United States Postal Service drop box.

The other one is going to be for a very small part of most GPS users. I think it could be handy to have the POIs for every fire hydrant in the United States documented. That way fire service could have them in their GPSs and determine the closest hydrant when at a fire scene.

Post offices are here.http://www.poi-factory.com/node/14

And I thought someone was working on fire hydrants, but can't find it.

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I Have Two Types Of POIs That I Recently Thought Of

I knew that we have the actual Post Offices, but I am thinking of the collection boxes that are in the community.

There is this project already, however. I guess it is the same folks that did payphones.
http://www.payphone-project.com/mailboxes/

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Jim1348 wrote:

I think it could be handy to have the POIs for every fire hydrant in the United States documented.

That sounds like a huge undertaking. Perhaps Google can outfit an army of dogs to collect the data.... wink

the firemen already have that data

Jim1348 wrote:

The other one is going to be for a very small part of most GPS users. I think it could be handy to have the POIs for every fire hydrant in the United States documented. That way fire service could have them in their GPSs and determine the closest hydrant when at a fire scene.

Almost all fire engines are equipped with a mobile data terminal that doubles as a large screen GPS. The database they use for addresses and such is taken from things like the MSAG (Master Street Address Guide) put together by the local authorities so they know the exact coordinates of every address, the centerline of every street, alley and road and of course where all the utilities are located along with shutoff valves or switches. That information is sent as part of the CAD (Computer-aided dispatch) message along with the alarm.

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Box Car wrote:

the firemen already have that data

Aww, rats. I still like the idea of "Google Dogs".... wink

with my luck

VersatileGuy wrote:
Box Car wrote:

the firemen already have that data

Aww, rats. I still like the idea of "Google Dogs".... wink

I'd get caught between the dog and the hydrant.

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This will help with mailboxes

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Unemployment Benefits Offices

It's a sad commentary in this day and age that a POI of this nature is becoming a necessity! sad

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port of subs

is anyone doing a port of subs csv file? i know they are just out here in the wast but man do i love there sandwich

What POIs Would You Like To See On Here

Someone on another forums tipped me to this:

https://play.google.com/store/search?q=post+office+collectio...

New POI's On this site

I would like to see Truck Washes(Trailer Wash Out) locations like Blue Beacon, and small local wash out locations. That would make my over the road trucking job a whole lot easier sometimes.

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New POI's On this site

I would like to see Truck Washes(Trailer Wash Out) locations like Blue Beacon, and small local wash out locations. That would make my over the road trucking job a whole lot easier sometimes.

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New POI wanted

How about the Shopko stores?

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