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.
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Girlfriend's niece's wedding. Nice little town in 'up-state NY'.
at Potomac Mills. Haven't been there in 13 years. Need to go more often.
I was running the Built in Navigation in my Nissan, and running Tom-Tom on my iPhone, and Here! Drive on my Windows Phone. On a trip I regularly take, I wanted to see how close the three would be. I was happily surprised that except for one spot, all three provided identical directions. The one differentiation was that the Nissan system is three years old, and the Tom Tom software is several months old, where the map set used for Here Drive had recent changes.
My first GPS was also in the car, and she was not amused.
went to the mall
Went for a spin with other sport bikers for breakfast. The one leading the way had to drop back to check the map on my Zumo several times since cell phone data coverage is sketchy out there and he was using his iphone for GPS.
More trips around Wisconsin
I went on a trip from New York to Vermont, then to Montreal, then to Quebec, then to New Hampshire and finally back to New York. I was gone for 11 days and had a great time. I used my Garmin the whole way and had no problems.
So bored, no travel
for another contract in Vermont : )
Largest fresh water island in the world.
It sold marmite, so definitely worth pulling out the GPS!
Wahiawa to Trippler
Headed to Massachusetts for Granddaughter's wedding shower!
a Lodge meeting.
My grandkids are staying with us. We are tripping where ever they want to go. Having fun!
Enjoy that time as it will all to suddenly end especially after their hornymones really get going... Then you and the parents won't get any time with what was once precious little grand children!
Well that time is near. The oldest is 16 and the twins are 13!
My semi-annual trek from S. Florida to New England. My Garmin 1350 performed perfectly.
I loaded some new waypoints on my old Nuvi 255, stuck it on th motorcycle and toured around Lake Simcoe, Ontario last week.
How is your summer going?
...for a Chicago Summer.
the windmill spinning.
Stay at home so far this week.
Drove back to Manitoba to see the In-Laws.
Manitoba is called the "Land of 100,000 Lakes" and driving through the InterLake of Central Manitoba, it seems like there is more water than land.
Just returned from Ausable Chasm, NY. T'was nice.
Sending my Kenwood with Garmin Navigation back to the factory.Not warm and fuzzy as this is the second time i had to send it out.Kenwood is paying for the Air frieght!!!
Took the Durango to the big Chrysler show last weekend.
at a charity Bingo event.
Headed out later this month on 5K trip... Beartooth, Yellowstone, Tetons, GNP!
I brought my 3490 with me to both places and the RLC's from here saved me a few times in LA. None in Vegas though.
of river cruising in Europe. From Budapest to Amsterdam.
Camped at Pigeon Creek State Park (WI) for a few nights and kayaked the Black River. On the way home drove to Norwalk and rode part of the Elroy-Sparta Trail. Camping gear is clean and put away until early Sep when we do the dunes at Van Buren SP in MI.
Our daughter is working for the summer at a Girl Scout camp on the coast. Was reviewing things on my Nuvi when I got a message from her that she had a ride home for her break between sessions! While the part along the coast is a nice drive, not having to do it at all is nicer!
I'm sure I'll get the chance (multiple times) before the summer is over...
Back to work again tomorrow.
It took me to the Cafe Creperie in Elora, Ontario for lunch on the way to visit my son in Waterloo
greta trip on the back roads of Ontario today
san diego and back again .. i am luving my windmill
Been a slow summer, road-trip speaking.
Went to Payson, AZ airport for the best breakfast.
Going to the Poconos for a couple of days to visit friends.
Trekking up to Thunder Bay.
Washington, DC to Cherry Hill, NJ.
so good to me....
Just got back from a greta road trip to see the mouse, and headed to NYC this weekend.
Last week did a round trip...Winnipeg to Thunder Bay, then to Minneapolis to Fargo to Winnipeg.
The 1490LMT took the worst possible routes compared to the 780 and the Acura GPS. It continually routed us on longer routes with the same settings as the 780. If we had followed the 1490 it would have added several hours overall due to continuous turn left, turn left, turn left to get to the destination as well as taking overall "dumb" routes (go past, take another expressway, switch to a third expressway and there you are instead of staying on the original expressway directly to the destination.
What a PITA.
Maryland Eastern shore to get away from the 95-98 temperatures!
We spent the weekend hitting a half-dozen or so of the motorcycle shops in the area (many of them I'd never been to or heard of). I got rid of my three old Harleys three months ago because I thought my riding days were over....but I'm going crazy (I've been riding since I was 14, I guess it's in my blood).
I think I still have a few more years left... Looking to get back into the wind again...
# week trip from MD to Jasper National Park Canada down through Banff, Yoho, Kootaney and back in the US to Glacier National Park then home. Was great trip !!
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