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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Gps for traffic update
to Vermont, and heading back to sunny Fla this weekend
My Nuvi tried taking my 13' motorhome under an 11' bridge. It was marked but I had to drive 4 miles down a narrow windy road before I could turn around. I went out and bought a Camping world Rand Mcnally.
From Long Beach, NY to Mineral Wells, Texas and back.
Visited family along the way and stopped to take in the sights on the way back.
GPS shows nearly 3700 miles of travel and 60 hours of actual driving time.
Rancho Cucamonga 2nite!
Found a new Diner ,great food.
Bancroft, On for the weekend.
back home from California. Nuvi worked great!
I went on a kayak trip today using my Garmin Oregon 600.
This time, it was up to Mount Mitchell off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
... for a work meeting and back this past Friday
Yesterday, (Sunday), to a Cowboy/Church function (Cowboy's for Jesus), about 40 miles away.
Wife and I had fun... and afterwords function ended up with a potluck noon meal.
just a little trip around the city to get some deals done.
A Poker Run around the Space Coast benefiting the War Dogs.
I plan to use my Garmin GPS MAP 78Cs on an upcoming cruise for a bit of geocaching. I plan to find at least one cache in each of the following locations:
San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Making a visit.
Bad couple of weeks gone. Bought new truck. Rolling in style
To camp on my son-in-law's deer land ... with all the grandkids. Great time!
Made a quick drive down island and then back home
I continue to use our 2689 and 2589 Garmin for local driving in our new state. It is great to find new ways to get places in the mountains of TN. My favorite is when I'm in an area that is off the beaten path and let the GPS find a new way home or to a familiar place that I know how to get to by backtracking and I don't like to backtrack.
Used the zumo 665 XM Weather on the H-D Road King to dodge the rain cells on a 2.5 hour trip last Saturday and again on the return trip home Sunday.
Montauk Point, NY
Heading out on a two week road trip!
I'm currently using my GPS to help me get around Ohio and Indiana as I travel.
To Horseshoe Bend National Battle Park.
I've been visiting National Parks/Monuments.
in soggy south Fla,still happy to be home!
Heading to RibFest in Courtenay this afternoon,hopefully no rain.
as we get ready to leave next week for a 10-day motorcycle ride up to Oregon
Just finished a trip from AZ to IA, and back. GPS-"Don't leave home without it".
Flew into Vegas. Went to Zion, Bryce, North Rim, Secret Canyon, Monument Valley, Arches, Mesa Verde, South Rim, Sedona, Hoover Dam, and back home via Vegas. Stayed in 3 different houses plus hotels in Vegas. 2150 miles on the rental car. It was fantastic!
See you all in about 3 weeks when I return to (UGH!!!) work. Up early tomorrow to drive to San Francisco to board ship. Guess my access to RLC, etc. will suffer a bit but I'll make it up again.
My last big trip was from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon and back to Vegas. Then from Las Vegas to Los Angeles and back to Vegas.
My Nuvicam worked very well. No issues. It was very helpful to find places.
I just went to Calgary from Edmonton. Don't know if I needed the GPS. It is straight as an arrow South 3 hours. Very flat boring land. Great time visiting family.
Had a great trip, still a little to early to see many fall colours though
Baltimore, MD to Hanover, PA
American Legion District Picnic
Flying out Wednesday for Los Angeles. Should be a good family trip, we shall see about the driving.
Florida - Washington, DC - Upstate, NY - Vermont - New Hampshire - Washington, DC - Florida.
Hum... it's been too long ago!
Went from N. Arizona to Denver, CO
GPS took me to the back door of the museum instead of parking lot or even main entrance.
Took it horseback riding this weekend. Helps to point the general direction back to the truck.
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