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.
Back to work.
Washington, DC to Philadelphia, PA
Hi everyone, currently on a 20 state road trip. Driving is so stress free with a good GPS and a well planned route that includes all fuel, food and overnight stops.
Staying home to recover
to Charlotte & return
Took the car in for a tire rotation.
This week not much driving except to go down to Phoenix for back surgery.
Cabbage Island next time with fellow travelers ..
I just returned from a 3,339mile (5,375km) trip to Prince Edward Island on Canada's east coast.Fortunately the weatherman co-operated and there was only one rainy day.
Oh.. my mistake... not that kind of trip???
Just got back from a week of camping.
Going to hopefully win a few dollars.
Cottage weekend. Also went to CAA to prep for trip we are planning out to Calgary through the states on the way there and back through Canada.
Washington, DC to Ellicot City (before the flooding).
Did the cavern thing, watched bats fly out of a cave, and did a ropes course with my 10 yr old while wife watched from the ground below.
Another hot dry week,no rain.
And driving around "Hotlanta!"
Took the old Nuvi 255 on a delivery trip to the in-laws in London Ontario
the old 255 just keeps going ....
across the river
Across the LV Valley
Took the Garmin Nuvi on a trip to the Panhandle area of Florida recently. Used a bunch of POI's uploaded from this site to find such things as Publix stores, my bank locations for ATM, Walgreens, Wal-Mart. I know I can do it all on my phone, but so much easier going old school with this site's POI's and my Garmin!
...and through the woods.
Went to the ice cream shop. Chocolate Vanilla Swirl.
To a friend's house. We met up and carpooled to the Renaissance Festival.
Time to head out and scout for next years memorial locations for the Tour of Honor. Besides it's another reason to get out and ride!
Mentor to Canfield, Ohio, for a four-day dog show.
Most of the way across northern Oregon.
I notice that on the latest Garmin maps, the speed limit is lower than the actual posted speed limit, at least on I-84. Garmin doesn't have anything over 65 MPH, but there are a lot of 70 zones. Maybe this can be addressed in another thread
Washing the Bike after taking it on a 2 week trip
2 parking tickets in one day.....OUCH
find our way to one of the casinos in town. Met up with friends in preparation for a wedding today! Traffic avoidance made getting around an accident a snap.
I just completed a 10,244.5 mile trip from Florida to the West Coast over 32 days; visiting 26 states, 7 National Parks, and driving more scenic roads than I can count. All of this in a 2014 Jeep Wrangler that performed flawlessly, along with my Garmin that lead me through San Francisco traffic without a hitch and across Death Valley in 126 degree heat. But, it sure feels good to be home!!
Wow postaldan ... that was quite a trip!
A trip of a lifetime!
Lovely time although it was on the warm side. Harvest is starting now.
and what an ordeal that was...
Finally a monday
Travelling to Bracebridge, hope to explore some backroads while there
,,, to Key West
We went to our kennel to pick up our dogs after a weekend away - at a dog show, of all things.
Astronomy Club Picnic
wife took the nuvi so she could get out of the "back roads" without me since she continued west after and i headed east to go home.
I was in LA last year and remember what a disaster it was getting in and out of there!
Stayed local this weekend
Got back from Oasis of the Seas cruise to Nassau, St Thomas, and St Kitts
Baltimore. MD to Canton, OH.
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