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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Orlando to Chicago
Well, there goes the World Cup.
down into Mississauga, ON to RiderChoice.ca to pick up an order I placed. The old Nevi still works, and Garmin still issues updates for it occasionally. My daughter had my newer GPS
Made the trip many times but it is good having the Garmin tracking out progress. It actually suggested an alternate route round Cinci to avoid some traffic.
Just to check out what they GPS they now sell.
...in heat-wave mode!
No where special this week.
Legion Convention was last weekend, then back to work
u do u
Well since I'm traveling solo, its Russia without love but some lust. Russian women are very attractive. No I'm not into the babushka type !!!!
Left Monday night for Moscow via Warsaw. Didn't take my GPS, I figured the pilot has better equipment than my Garmin.
Getting Russian language lessons aboard the ship, after 2 days of lessons I',m fluent. I can say Nyet,Da and Dosvidanje.
A regular League of Nations aboard. I'm sitting in a bar for WiFi where some people are being told about our 3 days in Saint Petersburg in some foreign language, maybe Turkish???
We have a few Amerikanskis, Kanadas, Belgians, Lots of Quebeckers and a few unknown entities.
No big deal
around the block
back for an 8 week contract
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My annual pilgrimage to the All Chrysler Nationals.
Another great cottage weekend, time away is always key.
are coming up, but Brooklyn, NY.
With all the tolls involved getting there from PA, I'm really glad for the carpool plan over the Goethals ($6.50 instead of $12.50), and then the NY E-ZPass on the way back over the Verrazano ($11.52 instead of $17). I hate getting slammed going down to MD/DC paying cash rates even with E-ZPass.
to find a restaurant we'd never been to before.
but I did download files for as upcoming trip
from a camping trip. Only problem was enjoying 75/80 degrees and then back to our 102 temps.
Made 1.5 gallons of jam last night.
Went our backroads way instead of routes suggested by GPS to cut 20 minutes off of a 2 hour drive.
NW OH to NE TN.
Sticking near the air conditioner.
But did't use the Garmin. Used the BMW's nav system, which I'm not a fan of but it's a simple trip that we've done before. So I only used the built-in system to monitor traffic and give us a running ETA.
Finally cooler weather.
Baltimore to DC.
Use ours all the time Geocaching. just for getting to the general area. Plus I just like having it on.
Took it with me on a trip to FL. Getting ready to go again in August for my fathers memorial.
and we're off for a 1-week trip through parts of California!
Just driving around town this week.
Just around town.
Took the bike in for the 35 K service
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