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.
Not the same place. Many casinos are boarded up. Famous Poker room at Taj is gone. Wonder if it will ever recover.
Washington, DC to Boston , MA
the windmill spinning.
Headed to Holmes County, Ohio and to the town of Millersburg in a few minutes. Gonna be an all day trip.
Went and visited Daughters campsite,Next my sis's RV,maps could use an update
...my wife. Off to a church convention.
Burlington, just cause I wanna
in preparation for the next trip this weekend Headed to another park on the other side of the state.
Our grand-son's graduation from SMU with a Master in Electrical Engineering.
A friend's house.
I was a witness and used the gps to find the courthouse.
to the Rocky mountains today then on to British Columbia after that.
Rolling Thunder is Sunday. Anyone going?
Well, we went up North to see our daughter graduate from college over the weekend, a 6+ hour drive each way. Her brother goes up this weekend with the utility van to haul her and her furniture back home.
But no work trips this week -- good news and bad. The no driving is the good news, but the bad news is that it's because one of my colleagues is still in the hospital after having his appendix removed late Friday night (not on his list of things to do, but his appendix insisted).
I sent along my best wishes -- at least surgery was laparoscopic, so his career as a swimsuit model isn't affected... And if you know the gent in question, this is a mental image that makes you want to wash your mind out with soap... I was chided for making him laugh, which hurts.
We wish him a speedy recovery!
Still stuck in Atlanta.
A four-minute drive (as calculated by nuvi) turned into a 40-minute drive because of very long lights, and green lights you can't drive through because the traffic ahead of you isn't moving.
And I thought Denver traffic was bad.
Tennessee is going to be our new home state and we just made our third trip since February, Not sure I need the GP to get here anymore but it is still nice to check if we are where we need to be to get where we need to be by the time we run out of steam. It came in handy this trip when I blew a tire on the trailer I was towing and after putting a spare on needed to find a tire store that had two in my size before I traveled to much further and we had to wander a bit off our path to find a big enough store that had what we needed.
I was involved in an accident, so I'm on temporary disability.... Bored!
the Post Office and dry cleaners...
Back up to Long Island for the Memorial Day weekend air show as well as visiting friends/family and spending a few days in our New York office.
Maine...just cause I wanted a Tim Horton's coffee..
Just got back from a trip to Shetland,Ontario,it is small and in the middle of no where.
Valley of the sun plus a few other spots...
Pearl Harbor to K-Bay
Burlington, just cause I wanna
Pt. Judith lighthouse...
I unfortunatly believed the newspaper about it being dry today so I set up my animal trap in the back yard. This morning I had one wet Racoon in the trap for it was raining and it had moved the cage off the plywood and dug enough dirt under the cage to make it one muddy place. This is my 47th racoon (I have also in the last two years caught 27 opposums, 2 rabbits, and 2 stray cats) in my back yard.
My problem was how to get rid of it and not get my car dirty. I first went down the basement and found a 7 foot long plastic table cloth I had used on my folding tables. I then took a cover for a 32 gallon storage bin and placed it on the plastic. Then I took several lids from my storage boxes and once I put the cage on the lid I placed the covers along side and drew the plastic table cloth over so as to wrap the cage.
Lucky me for when I unloaded the cage, the insides of the plastic and box covers were wet from when the racoon had shaken the water and mud off.
The funny part was when I returned home and had taken the cage out and after returning back to the car, I startled a squirrel who was looking into the back of the car as if it was wanting a trip or wondering if I was returning its friends
didn't want to face the traffic on the highways. Nuvi will get a workout this week around town,.
Nowhere yet this year.
Baltimore, MD to Canton, OH
Motorcycle trip to Hershey, Pa.
And I'm expecting the traffic to be on its best behavior now...
road trip to Catskills
Off to Atlanta this week
I've got some well irrigated farmland in south central Florida I can let you have fairly cheaply. It's even got a lake view!
... for trip to Northern California this week. (Plan to drive at least 1,000 miles while out there.)
It was sad to see the devastation by Katrina. The casinos were busy and certainly a boost to the local economy. We ate at Mary Mahoney's for another fantastic meal.
Hope you get better soon. Spend time on here and it will go by fast.
I have to head over to Vancouver for my first liver transplant meeting since i am back in BC
WOW..drove to the Adirondacks this weekend..Whiteface Mountain, never knew it was this beautiful up here, what a great time I had,and the people were so friendly, I didn't want to leave.. I'll definitely be back!
Mountains to visit in Central Texas.
Some cross border grocery shopping.
1400 mile trek from BocaRaton,FL to Wakefield RI.
Happy Memorial Day
trip to brownstown michigan
Interesting trip back from Eastern TN. Was using traffic and it showed a parking lot in Cincinnati and directed me to a exit I was 4 lanes over in nearly stopped traffic so I kept going worki ng my way over and it had me get off on a side street. We kept moving but on all kinds of side streets and out the top of the mega town suburbs. We added about 30 minutes to the last 2 hours of the trip, not sure what the parking lot would have added.
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