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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Fe Fi for fum
I'm almost out of rum.
Keep your cool!
Going to be a nice weekend.
Only used my 3597 to go to Sam's Club in Newport News. Have to monitor traffic thru the 13 miles of Jersey walls in the I64 construction zone. 5 or 6 mile backups are not uncommon when there is an accident.
The market for purple hull peas to can.
Happy Sunday to all my friends...
Recharged the battery and stayed home.
Englishtown and Columbus Flea Markets
Actually none. Stayed home all week.
A relaxed weekend - went to see the in-laws as my wife's aunt/uncle were in town from California.
Long trip....took 2 days for almost 700 miles. Lane guidance helpful... traffic could have been better but combined with passenger following on pa511 and Google worked great. Only major slowdown several tractor trailer accidents on I 40 east on way home.
Lots of water in river and falls, and weather was not hot. Mariposa fire created haze in the valley.
Still traveling through Canada. We are half way through week 6. Been to Alaska and now on our way back toward home in northern California. Had a motel room last night (which is why I'm online this morning) but actually sleep better in our little teardrop trailer. Have seen soooooooooo many things on this trip. It's amazing. Of course my trusty 760 always tells me where to go and, wonderfully, automagically gives me the speed limits in mph so I don't have to squint at the tiny little kph numbers on my speedometer dial.
trip, but one I contemplated. I live in Virginia. My cousin's child lives near Eugene Oregon. He's having a family and friends BBQ day the 29th. I have from now till the 1st of August free, and I contemplated going.
3000 miles each way. 3 1/2 days each way. For a one day picnic. Nah! I thing I'll pass this time. I'm getting too old for this.
From Crescent City, CA this week. Nice to experience high temps in the low 60's rather than 100.
Only went to lunch
And the local jukebox.
Just trying to stay alive
Numero trescientos diecinueve
Earlier in the week, sent daughter to my parents farm. Picked her up halfway there and ran some errands on way back to town.
Had plans to be in Crescent City after Sacramento on that same day, but had to cut 4 week western states trip short and return to SoCal, due to wife's illness. GPS worked flawlessly, used POIs to find favorite places to eat and rest stops. So valuable!
Sorry to hear about your wife's illness. Glad the POI's worked well for your trip home!
Searching for an outdoor concert at a local park.
'til Bingo set-up...
I'm 7 days into a 17 day, 3000 mile road trip. GPS has been simply wonderful, as usual. Just love my custom saved routes that have all my fuel stops and overnight stays built in.
I'll be going about town today.
Finally 4 days of sun.
wonderful museums of Baltimore - once again.
They are simply great.
Going to Chicago tomorrow.
Just came back from a 1,553 mile round trip, just for the heck of it.
My kind of trip. I drove 3000 miles round trip, just to see Soldier Stone.
find the address of the person selling me a trailer for our motorcycles. Now all I have to do is make them fit Wanted something light enough to tow with a smaller truck yet be enclosed to protect the bikes. Everything is a trade off!
spin in the wind!
Black Mountain and Asheville, NC.
No cell phone reception but the GPS still works in the Smokey Mountains. The park is a national treasure.
kid, I did not like Sunday evenings....
I am trying to find my windmill
Just over half way on our 14 state 3000 mile tour. Six states behind us, eight to go. See the USA!
Nice trip up to the cottage for a quiet weekend. Some more family coming in from Calgary next weekend to visit us in Ontario.
It's the SMOKY mountains.
from central NC to central WV via I-77. Spectacular scenery, many tandem trailers.
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