I'm new here and have been checking it out for a couple days. I've already downloaded a few POI's and have been reading and reading and reading. I'm going on a couple long motorcycle trips in Jun/Jul and there is so much useful things on here that I didn't even know a GPS could do.
THANKS and I hope to become a helpful user of this site (once I learn what the heck I'm doing
and you will be up to speed in no time
also, check out another good site by another member here, Gary Hayman.
the two sites compliment each other nicely
Welcome Mr Guns
I look forward to your input.
Welcome. This is a great site. You will love it.
Welcome to the group,it is nice to have you with us.
Welcome to the site. You should get a lot of enjoyment out of that Zumo.
We look forward to your being a source for answers about the Zumo and its capabilities. Ride safe and keep the dirty side down.
enjoy the site!
You are going to love all of the information here. Enjoy!
be careful....it's addictive...
Welcome to the site.Lots of help on line if you need it.
Glad that you found us. When you need help, just ask.
I still believe this is the greatest and friendliest forum on the web. Welcome.
You will thoroughly enjoy this site. It is full of informative information that you will put to good use. Be safe and have good travels!!!
I took a peek at it and I would agree that Gary has done an excellent job on his site. I found his conversational tone to be nearly addictive, making me read more than I thought I would, going through page after page.
The best for me is Gary's advice on navigating Las Vegas. I'm there 6-7 times a year on business (no, really, I am there for business purposes), and his advice was spot on--avoiding The Strip, how to use the parking decks as hotel/casino locations, etc. I've found all those on my own over the years, but certainly would have welcomed Gary's advice early on.
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