Hi!

 

Just wanted to say Hi and introduce myself. My name is Greg, and I currently have only one GPS (A Kenwood KNA-G510, uses a Garmin system), however I just bought my wife a Garmin nuvi 1250T for her birthday (please don't tell her). I live in Maryland and will be happy to help out with locations around here.

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Kenwood KNA-G510 (actually a Garmin)

Welcome!

You'll find tons of fun and useful stuff here! Make sure to post often and get the Redlight and Speed camera POI's! You'll end up spending a lot of time here I'm sure!

Gary

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Nuvi 265WT, 200W

Welcome. This site and its

Welcome. This site and its users contain a wealth of information.

Welcome! As I say often to

Welcome!

As I say often to new friends who come to POI-Factory, you have just added great value to your GPS usage!

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Maps -> Wife -> Garmin 12XL -> StreetPilot 2610 -> Nuvi 660 (blown speaker) -> Nuvi 3790LMT

Too Late!

Hwyman wrote:

Just wanted to say Hi and introduce myself. My name is Greg, and I currently have only one GPS (A Kenwood KNA-G510, uses a Garmin system), however I just bought my wife a Garmin nuvi 1250T for her birthday (please don't tell her). I live in Maryland and will be happy to help out with locations around here.

Greg, Sorry too late. I told your wife already. razz

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Val - Nuvi 785t and Streetpilot C340

Welcome to the club;) Miss

Welcome to the club;)

Miss POI

Welcome to the community

There are a couple of things you need to know about this site - well, maybe 3.

1. It's addictive
2. No one has started a POI-Anonymous group to treat the addiction
3. Miss POI is really the Borg queen in disguise!

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ɐ‾nsǝɹ Just one click away from the end of the Internet

Future upgrades

Rule of thumb: ALWAYS make sure to buy your wife a GPS that you'd like ... because, when she upgrades to a new one, the older one will end up in your vehicle!

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Cleveland, OH Nuvi 780

Glad you joined us, Hwyman!

Welcome to the site. You'll learn lots about all kinds of gps here.

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Winston Churchill said, “Americans can always be counted on to do the right thing, after exhausting all other possibilities.”

Huh?

drtrask wrote:

Rule of thumb: ALWAYS make sure to buy your wife a GPS that you'd like ... because, when she upgrades to a new one, the older one will end up in your vehicle!

Gosh, Not in my house. When I finish playing she gets it. Heck she gets the new cars...

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Using Android Based GPS.The above post and my sig reflects my own opinions, expressed for the purpose of informing or inspiring, not commanding. Naturally, you are free to reject or embrace whatever you read.

Thanks, everyone! And she

Thanks, everyone!

And she doesn't have to worry about giving me her old GPS, mine is permanently installed, she just wants the car it's installed in, my Mustang!

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Kenwood KNA-G510 (actually a Garmin)

remember to have fun.

remember to have fun.

Welcome aboard! You'll love

Welcome aboard! You'll love it here.

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Hawk - Nuvi 1450

Hello

Hwyman: Welcome, and have fun, this is by far the BEST site on the Web for GPS's and a load of info and very good company. grin

GARMIN C550
Hernando, Fl

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Limeyde:

Welcome!

Although I'm new here as well, just had to say hi to you. Enjoy your GPS, they're a ton of fun.

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nüvi 3790T | nüvi 775T | Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable ~ JFK

Welcome

Welcome you will find useful info on gps here, I surely did.

Nuvi360

Hello, just wanted to

Hello, just wanted to quickly introduce myself. I have a Garmin C330.

Also forgot to mention the

Also forgot to mention the ETrex for Geocaching.

Great advice.

Great advice.

Just curious? Does guesswho1

Just curious? Does guesswho1 get credit for 3 posts towards his active badge? question razz

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Some days you're the bug, Some days you're the windshield!!

My understanding

findlayref wrote:

Just curious? Does guesswho1 get credit for 3 posts towards his active badge? question razz

My understanding is you get your blow hard windmill for posting over a period of weeks rather than the number of messages. So guesswho1 gets credit for 1 week in which he did multiple posts.

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ɐ‾nsǝɹ Just one click away from the end of the Internet

Sure, I'd say Guesswho1 gets

Sure, I'd say Guesswho1 gets credit. After all, who's to say what is interesting or insightful in the comments? Isn't participation what keeps a board alive?

Enjoy the site

Good group of people with lots of GPS information, I'm sure just about any question you have someone here will be able to help you.

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Nuvi 360, OS X Lion 10.7

Welcome

You will learn a lot on the site - and get addicted too.

Welcome

I just have to say one thing about this site. Fantastic. If you ever have a problem or a question about your GPSr, someone out there will have the answer. It's amazing how much some of these folks know about the workings of a GPS. Ask a question. Get the answer. Absolutely fantastic. (Sorry about the rambling; but you get the drift. smile )

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It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible. ----George Washington

Welcome

You will love this site. Tons of information. You can keep a secret from your wife? Good luck.

LOL

I hid it in my truck! She'll never look there! mrgreen

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Kenwood KNA-G510 (actually a Garmin)

Hi

I read this site everyday, a lot of useful information. I don't always have something to post. Therefore I'm stopping by to say "Hi" to everyone (while this post also helps to keep my active member status ^_^).

Welcome aboard.

Welcome aboard.

Hi!

Welcome to the site!

HI Greg! Welcome

HI Greg! Welcome

Hello.

Just a brief introductory post. Hopefully I can help add to the traffic cam POI's in NYC.

@macboy13

Welcome to the site. There is a thread you need to read to get up to snuff on membership though.

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/25107

It will explain a lot of what goes on here.

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ɐ‾nsǝɹ Just one click away from the end of the Internet

Welcome

Welcome to the site, lots of info here, sit back relax and start reading.

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Rodney.. oditius.htc@gmail.com BMW Zumo 550 HTC Touch Pro - Garmin XT

Aloha!

Aloha! Glad to see ya!