In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you used it to seek out special places to go (like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.).
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
This thread will be closed on the last day of the month and a new one will be opened.
Nowhere to go for now.
Round trip from Columbus OH to Morgantown WV to attend an OA Conclave Scouting event.
Last night to Annapolis, MD for dinner.
but updating the POIs for another trip coming up. Been comparing the old Nuvi to the new cell phone GPS. Interesting....
loving my windmill
Nice to get out and see the ocean today.
Just sitting out enjoying the sun.
From Argyle,Tx to attend my grand-daughter's confirmation.
Just saying Hi
Off to work we go, use the GPS almost every day, mostly for a Time of Arrival indicator.
Ocean City, MD
Going to Maryland for my twin grandsons' graduation.
Went to Philly for cheesesteaks!
Sandy point state park, MD
a road trip in about two weeks.
Heading to Montgomery TX...Granddaughters Graduation.
Took my wife, Garminita and my dog for a weekend excursion... Awesome weather aswell.
Actually won $300 this time at video poker!
Memorial Day Weekend in DC/VA...TT340 on the bike performed flawlessly
Last week, I took my wife's aunt to Chapel Hill, NC. 104 miles, one way. I used my Garmin to find the doctor's office, and hospital. They are far more better at pin pointing exact locations, addresses than GPS navigators made 8 or so years ago.
Headed back home to NY for some vacation and some work out of our city office. Also took a day trip to a Buddhist monastery north of the city with a photo group I'm with.
Rode the Blue Ridge Parkway for 4 hours to Boone NC.
Back to Ohio from NY today. for 10 day vacation.
No traveling till new tire gets put on.
To and from the motorcycle basic rider course.
I see a zumo in my future.
I program in the destinations into the Garmin and stops for fuel, etc into the RVND 7720. Works for us.
The trip. Central City, CO > Boulder > Grand Tetons>
Yellowstone >> Cody, WY > Custer's Last Stand > Devil's Tower, Mount Rushmore > Black Hills > Bad Lands.
Could not do it would the trusty GPS units,or rather would not want to be without them.
When I visited a local Bureau of Land Management office here in the Escalante National Monument, they had several photos of vehicles stuck in ditches with warnings not to rely on a GPS. The BLM suggests checking local conditions posted at their offices, and using old fashioned paper maps.
Have a nice day!
Baltimore Museum of Art.
Leaving on trip to Alabama and Georgia next
Wednesday for about a four week stay.
Garmin was invaluable in finding my destination after several of the ramps from the freeway were closed.
Great Falls, Montana!
Didn't realize that not only do I use the Nuvi for directions, I also use the moving map to spot alternate routes to avoid traffic. The breadcrumb tracks are also useful, showing me past routes ( which some times I want to avoid!)
Just short trips...GPS not required.
of losing my windmill
I'm in danger of losing my windmill
Looks to me like you have actually lost it.
BTW The closest I have gotten to Gary Indiana was when I lived in Scenic Cedar Lake for a short time in 1948.
Trenton, On 8th Wing Air Force Base for the start of the 2014 HHR Ride. Held our RCL Br 580 Colours. All I can say is WOW.
Rode 250 miles in beautiful weather on some nice scenic western PA back roads today.
From my phone
Quick trip to Cabela's in Dundee.
Updating Garmin maps now. Hopefully they are finally caught up with all the new roads in the area (done last year!)
As part on my wife's BDay gift I surprised her with a day at Emerald Downs. No winners, just a great afternoon.
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