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.
to the local hardware store and not very exciting. Needed an AC filter.
To use ones that cost around $8 each. The previous homeowner said to (not sure why I would listen to him but they just replaced the system). My buddy said do not use those expensive filters, didn't listen. HVAC guy said the same, and he demonstrated to me the restricted airflow by measuring temps at various points near the furnace (really high with expensive filter, same at two points with cheap)....learn stuff all the time, cheap is best...we're talking $1 or so!
to the Grand Canyon Grotto about an hour out of Kingman, AZ. The dining experience 21 stories underground was unique.
Delivering food to peoples' homes.
In bed for two weeks! Ugh!
Melrose Diner area
Enjoying the warm sunny weather.
Travel to grandson graduation
Sunny weekend forecast. So... Road trip, wedding or FA Cup?
(...going NOWHERE fast!)
Drove through 8 different states in 10 days.
Reading PA pronounced Red-ing. If only my gps could get it right!
To a dentist's office.
Took a short trip out to the far nothern tip of Illinois near Winthrop Harbor to enjoy the warmer weather.
Drove down to Bluffton, SC and back with my trusty (but outdated) TomTom guiding the way.
Quick trip out of a factory outlet mall.
Off to Ohio this week, so I just downloaded the latest versions of my favorite POI files. Thanks to all those who maintain them.
Rain all week
Via aircraft, of course. Nice trip. Came back to rain. Seven days straight and counting! 6 inches so far.
Planning to drive to Niagara Falls today..
To Long Island and back on family business.
Was sick for weeks! Ran errands.
Tennis lessons, time on the archery range, yard work.
NJ flea markets
The actual destination isn't particularly important but it was interesting how my Garmin got me there. I was meeting some people at a camp grounds, luckily I only have a short pickup popup camper on a standard size pickup. I don't have a special RV friendly GPS but it plotted a route that I could not turn left into the campgrounds because of a median. So Garmin had me turn on a narrow residential street up a steep hill, 90 degree turn on another narrow street before getting onto a street that takes me back where I could turn to go down the proper side of the street to make a right hand turn. If I would have had a long motorhome or was pulling a trailer I would have probably knew better than to have turned down that street but was thinking the people in that neighborhood probably gets a good show at times.
and with a new computer that actually works
...a functioning 'puter!
Took the wife away (sans kids) to Florida to condo for her birthday. Good time to exhale from work - sun, swim, shop and monsoon type rain to have for the shop days.
out to Great Falls, where the falls will be roaring after
yesterdays very heavy rain.
That, of course, after cleaning up our basement of a couple of inches of water!!!
Up and down the lawn with the mower. No GPS required so far.
To a small music concert at an acquaintance's home.
Had a really good time this year at Guymon, Ok annual 5 State Run. Used my Garmin to route me a slightly different route to and from the Oklahoma panhandle. Was able to visit 2 of the 3 tri-state markers. Was saddened to see the weather vane at the Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado corner that marked this spot on the ground in pieces. Not clear if it was an act of vandalism or if weather was responsible. It had been there for many, many years.
Due to the high price of petrol I have been driving less
Gas is high, also!
Work all week
We Went to get our car inspected and buy our tags. Good to go for another year.
Just a little run out to one of our favorite restaurants on the ocean in Ormond Beach (the Beach Bucket).
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