Just wanted to say hi!
I am impressed with the site and I hope to be a contibutor real soon.
I live in Yuma Arizona and I own a Garmin 660.
Enjoy the site. Reade the FAQs to gain more information. This site is FULL of very good information and PPL to help with any GPSr questions that you have.
Welcome to the site.Be sure to look at all the poi files to download.
Welcome, it is nice to meet you.
Welcome to the site. People here are great and can seem to answer any questions that you may have.
Greetings Major, kick back put your feet up and start reading, when finished ask away.. We look forward to the beer each Newbie has to buy the community members.
Welcome aboard Major!
You selected, IMHO, the best site for information about GPSRs. Plus the group is very friendly and cooperative.
Welcome from another Arizonan. I'm sure you will find the time you spend here to be very informative.
enjoy the road
Hope you enjoy your time here. This site is very informative and helpful.
You've made a great choice if you want to learn about making the most of your GPS. The wealth of expertise available here, and the level of willingness to share are extraordinary. This is a remarkable community and it only gets better!
Glad to have you here with us.
Just found this site and joined. New to the world of GPS and am still learning. I have a Garmin Nuvi 260. Have just set it up to use on my motorcycle as well as car and truck. Adding new POI's is interesting to me. So I shall "lurk" around here and figure out how things work.
I just registered to the site and all I can say is wow. Is there any POI not listed?
I would like to contribute in the Miami area if some one has any ideas. I have only had my GPS for about a week but would like to learn more about what it can do.
Welcom Major, Jhpqcman and Spartanden. I'm sure you will enjoy your stay.
ohwogo nuvi 750
Just wondering how you mount and use the 260 on your motorcycle?
I've got a 260 and put it in a magnetic tank bag with a clear pouch. Pouch is big enough to allow the 260 to sit on a folded cloth to stop most of the vibration. Clear face on pouch allows easy use and viewing. Installed a cigarette plug kit on the Harley and run the GPS power cable up just under the seat to the 260 in the bag.
I'm sure others will caution about the vibration and temperature, but I just spent two weeks riding through parts of Alaska and everything held up well (rain and all). Yes, the bag is not advertised as rainproof, but it works. I can send info on tank bag if it helps anyone! And welcome to the wonderful world of GPS.
Welcome to the Site Major you will enjoy everyone on here it's a great Place
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