Chit Chat Thread For The Week Of April 11, 2016

 

This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.

This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.

~Angela

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Snow

Usually still have 3 foot snowbanks to melt now... All gone. City has already swept the streets!

happy

happy Monday,have a great week to all. wink

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hello

Rain again.

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Harley BOOM GTS, Zumo 665, (2) Nuvi 765Ts, 1450LMT, 1350LM & others | 2019 Harley Ultra Limited Shrine - Peace Officer Dark Blue

Morning rain impending

Morning rain impending tomorrow. At least it'll be warm?

Have a great week everyone!

Have a great week everyone!

hi

hi

No snow

thanks all.

Thankful`

I am thankful to be alive now. Spring bloom is in full swing and beautiful and we are planning a long RV road trip later in the summer. Yes, I am very thankful.

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Jerry

#59

A 10 am post? I was at already at work for 3.5 hours. wink

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

good evening, everybody

have a good week

Have a Safe and Great Week!

smile

Gonna be

good week

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Expect nothing!, appreciate benignity!

Just a few minutes to check in

Now I am in the middle of painting a Huey Cobra over Vietnam for my Brother. Not easy but I enjoy the challenge.

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Always something

Finger slipped and I pushed the post button twice....smile

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Another work week ahead

Happy work week

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Retired Street Pilot C550, Garmin Drive 50 USA+CAN LMT 5, I phone 8Plus.

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Checking in.

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

Have a Great Week

Stay safe.

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Tom

:)

Hi All

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Nuvi 760

MOTOGP - Thanks!

Thanks for leaving your money at COTA this past weekend - we appreciate the love!

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Alan

There is always bad news

tailspin wrote:

I’ve got good news and bad news…

The good news is:
Mondays only happen once a week.

The bad news is:
I lied, there is no bad news.

Drive safely and I’ll see when some good news happens again…

Somewhere, somehow, sometime.
Just maybe not today.

But, today we can rest easy.

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Curiosity is the acquisition of knowledge. And the death of cats.

Workin' hard

.....to get stuff done so we can use our GPS on the open road.

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rvOutrider

Happy Tuesday Eveyone

Ooh, coffee's ready!

Whew! Past Monday!

Welcome to the rest of the week!

Burnt Ends

BobbyHipperson wrote:

We decided to make a weekend trip to Kalispell, Montana and stopped at a Famous Dave's for lunch. I wasn't to hungry so I ordered a beer and an appetizer called "burnt ends." I had no idea what they were but figured any appetizer with a tall cold one was worth the adventure.

Oh my.....those were the best things I have had in a long time. I ordered 2 more to go and had another serving that night in the hotel room and nuked the other one in a coffee cup in the Best Western I was staying at and poured them over the eggs at the free breakfast the following morning.

Thankfully, I live 200 miles from the place or I'd have to double up on the cholesterol meds

Click on Appetizers arrow http://www.famousdaves.com/togo/Kalispell

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Tampa, FL - Garmin nüvi 660 (Software Ver 4.90), 2021.20 CN NA NT maps | Magellan Meridian Gold

Sunny

Rained all day yesterday, but sunny today. Have a great week!

MMmm caffeine

mrbigaxe wrote:

Ooh, coffee's ready!

mmmm. Caffeine grin

Speaking of...I do have to say that the little travel French presses (basically it is a French press built into an insulated travel coffee cup) are awesome and win grin As long as you can get some hot water, you're good.

And yes, they do work for tea (for those who can't do coffee for whatever reason). I've used them for loose-leaf tea (sometimes yerba mate, sometimes rooibos, sometimes non-caffeine herbal teas) and they work well for this.

Now I just have to figure out a solution for hot water on the road other than truck stops grin

burnt ends looks like a lunch in itself

Gary A wrote:
BobbyHipperson wrote:

We decided to make a weekend trip to Kalispell, Montana and stopped at a Famous Dave's for lunch. I wasn't to hungry so I ordered a beer and an appetizer called "burnt ends." I had no idea what they were but figured any appetizer with a tall cold one was worth the adventure.

Oh my.....those were the best things I have had in a long time. I ordered 2 more to go and had another serving that night in the hotel room and nuked the other one in a coffee cup in the Best Western I was staying at and poured them over the eggs at the free breakfast the following morning.

Thankfully, I live 200 miles from the place or I'd have to double up on the cholesterol meds

Click on Appetizers arrow http://www.famousdaves.com/togo/Kalispell

That's more than I eat in a meal. Appetizer???? I would be stuffed and not able to eat anything else after the appetizer.

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

12V Beverage Heater

kusuriurikun wrote:
mrbigaxe wrote:

Ooh, coffee's ready!

mmmm. Caffeine grin

Speaking of...I do have to say that the little travel French presses (basically it is a French press built into an insulated travel coffee cup) are awesome and win grin As long as you can get some hot water, you're good.

And yes, they do work for tea (for those who can't do coffee for whatever reason). I've used them for loose-leaf tea (sometimes yerba mate, sometimes rooibos, sometimes non-caffeine herbal teas) and they work well for this.

Now I just have to figure out a solution for hot water on the road other than truck stops grin

Look at this! Just take bottles of water and pour in glass.
http://www.amazon.com/RoadPro-RPBH-012-12V-Beverage-Heater/d...

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

good morning

warm week

On this day...

1861

America's Civil War begins at Fort Sumter

In the opening salvo of the Civil War, Confederate forces fire upon the Union-held Fort Sumter in South Carolina's Charleston Bay. General P.G.T. Beauregard's shore batteries bombard Major Anderson's federal troops.

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I have been so busy

I forgot to check in.

Happy Tuesday!

Happy Tuesday!

Boards came to a halt

Could not log into this site for a few. Was a bit worried. Happy now.

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Garmin Nuvi 2699 with 2017.30 Maps

Have a nice week

I wish to all of the members a wonderful week. We can not have everything we want, but we can enjoy what we have.

Want to share this Vid from YouTube...

The following link was sent to me by my brother in law.. Def put a tear in my eye near the end.. Check it out!!

Watch this...it is short, and the message is profound. It shows the ethics of our veterans

The last minute or so is incredible......
Be sure to watch it `till the end.
You'll be glad you did!

http://youtu.be/bwJJ4xC10xw

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

hump day is just around the

hump day is just around the corner...ahh almost smell the weekend.

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Just your average elder livin' the dream.

Good Afternoon

I don't remember if I posted yesterday or not but we have begun our summer travels and are in Vado, NM for a couple of days visiting friends in El Paso, TX.

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David Cross Garmin Overlander Day after day as I try to remember, I find my forgetter working better and better.

week

Wishing ever one a blessed week.

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FJM

Great week

Have a great week all.

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Are we there yet?

Talking Heads says little

Talking Heads says little Rain, we got lot-o-Down Pours.....

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2639LMT, 67LM (X2) and 65LM

Windmill post.

Windmill post.

Another week

And warmer weather might be here for a short while.

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NUVI 660, Late 2012 iMac, Macbook 2.1 Fall 2008, iPhone6 , Nuvi 3790, iPad2

HELLO!

Have a great week, everyone.

hello

hello

Have a Great Week

Have a Safe and Greet Week. grin

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Garmin nuvi,750

Congratulations

ewayne1941 wrote:

52 years ago today I married the love of my life

Happy Belated Anniversary ewayne1941.

A shimmer of light green outlining the woods,

snow tires coming off this week. Next will be checking up on the home fertilizer inventory. Counting my blessings: a couple of months ago I didn't think I would be able to see spring again.

Warming up

looks like a stretch of nice weather

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TomTom built in and Garmin Nuvi 1490T. Eastern Iowa, formerly Southern California "You can check out any time you like...but you can never leave."

Have A Great Week

Drive safe.

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Jim Garmin nuvi 660

Building a new house

Ughhhh! Wife driving me crazy with all the decisions.

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Garmin 205, 260W, 1450LMT, 2460LMT, HEREwego for iPhone ... all still mapping strong.
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