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.
Was hoping for better weather on Saturday but it was still ok.
Am in GP visiting brother and Grand Daughter. Was a long drive but nice scenery on the way, saw one Elk and one moose.
Lots of fires in BC, getting smokey up here in GP.
Leave to Edmonton In the morning.
Did the run from NW Ohio to Western NY today. Mostly used the GPS to check on arrival time.
My Last trip was getting my paint supplies from Home Depot and Lowes.
AGAIN ? -
Just got back from Roanoke. Had a great time. Drove some of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Went to Mabry Mill. Nice place. The mill is shut down for repair but it was working the last time we were there several years ago. An old settlers cabin and a blacksmith shop are also on the site. A good place to stop and walk around for a couple of hours.
Just enjoying summer.
Made it from Northern California, through Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and into Montana. Then we went into the West entrance to Glacier National Park. Camped 2 days. Went out and around (the road was still closed due to snow and they don't allow even little bitty trailers like ours over the Going to the Sun road anyway) and went into the East entrance of the Park. Camped two days. Went to the town of East Glacier (had a great breakfast that I didn't have to cook!) and then went into another campground in the park there. 5 nights camping in Glacier National Park. From there we went into Canada and camped in Banff National Park and then in Jasper National Park. We missed 4th of July at home but were in Jasper for Canada D'Eh! (Yes, I actually saw ads that spelled it that way a few times.) It was the 150th Canadian anniversary. (The First Nations folks weren't thrilled nor were they impressed but it is what it is...)
We are now camped near Fairbanks (actually closer to the town of North Pole, Alaska). The ALCAN Highway ate my front tires when we hit a nasty hole at 50 mph or so. Ouch. Didn't blow the tires but broke the belt in one of them. Spent 6 hours at a Ford dealer today trying to run down a tire of the same type and get a lube, etc. Sigh...
All is better now and we are plotting our Denali visit next. My faithful 760 has been fantastic the entire way. I love that thing.
To Cracker Barrel
Back from the airport after an out-of-town client meeting.
Will be taking some short jaunts this weekend.
Drove from New Jersey to Boston,MA and back.
Number 1 Again? How Did You Do That AGAIN ? -
week go by again???
Where's the summer going???
All short trips 55 miles or less visiting Thrift Stores.
GPS is a great help finding places in communities we normally visit.
Last trip was to Richmond, VA (RVA).
All went just as planned.
A week vacation at the cottage has me not using my car much but loving it. Had friends and their kids up - my son was so entertained
Enjoying Sunday afternoon.
a GPS is a necessity.
Great to get away for the weekend. Particularly enjoyed visiting the amazing aquarium.
Baltimore, MD to New York City and back.
Returned home from a week at the cottage.. Little/no driving just relaxing it was nice. Sailing, waterskiing, tubing, fishing
heading up I5
The missus and I went to our dog club meeting in Meadville, Pa., ninety miles and a bunch of turns away. Our eight-year-old, Nuvi 1450 got us there without issues.
First railroad tunnel.
headed out this week for a 14 state 3000 mile road trip. Have all my routes planned out, fuel stops, hotels - just need to finish packing and get on the road!
Played at a water park for a couple of days, ziplined for another, and cooked kolaches when we got home.
I used the GPS last week to find a different Pizza Hut location, as the first one I went to didn't have the lunch buffet.
Hasn't changed in 30 years since I lived there!
Gonna be heading to PA this coming weekend.
Am home now, Went to Grande Prairie then Edmonton. Visited for a few days then drove from Edmonton and made it in my own bed by 11.30 pm, left Edmonton at 6:00 am.
Tired puppy I am..
Too hot to go anywhere last week. More hot weather coming this week...
Queen + Adam Lambert
Take wife for emergency visit to eye doctor she woke up with a really red swollen eye.
Turned out to be a bruise from rubbing her eye sometime during the night!
Up north and back
Headed to Montreal and PET airport. Should be interesting due to construction at PET.
Made it back home after over 2 weeks on the road. The W NY to NE TN was the last leg.
Still warm weather.
local shopping trips. Made finding new places a snap!
Yosemite National Park!
Morristown National Park did some hiking.
900 miles from Denver. CO to Dubuque, IA
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