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.
Number two! Angela, you snuck up on us.
Have a great day!
Made a trip from South Carolina to Disney World. Had a great time and then stopped at Kennedy Space Center on the way home. GPS did a perfect job.
I checked my calendar to see where I've been the past week.
Just some local driving, to and from work, and my regular errands.
I'm very boring and dull.
Helping with a new house move.
Back home to help with some family issues, with a weekend trip to the Poconos for the NASCAR races thrown in.
Work all week again
a few rides to scout Tour of Honor possible sites for next year.
It's been too hot to go anywhere!
but planning another trip in late August. Will update those POIs first!
Rented a house on the beach for my wife and I, grown kids, and grandkids. I've got to be crazy.
Heading to the city after the long weekend. Never even think about getting in Ferry line up unless you have several hours to kill in the lineup.
Trip to see Buffalo Bisons Game, see Vlad Jr and all the Jay's. After that tripped down to Rochester for the evening and some shopping today.
End of the trip was American side of the falls as I have never been on that side.
are so slow.
San Francisco - Sacremento - Chico
off to the Sackler Gallery in DC.
The lazy river at Wet and Wild in Toronto.
Traveling and camping with an occasional hotel night. (SHOWER!!!) Visited Berlin–Ichthyosaur State Park in Nevada. Very cool fossils. Went on to Capital Reef in Utah. OMG! Utterly amazing. Headed for Bryce Canyon but it's time for a hotel night so we got a room in Richfield, Utah.
Sigh... Utah has 5 US National Parks but... We're out of beer and today is Sunday. Nope, nope, nope. Liquor and "real" beer or liquor in a state liquor store. Utah defines "beer" to be low alcohol swill and real beer is called "heavy beer". Whatever. We have several days of camping ahead before hitting Bryce Canyon and it will be a dry time. Most towns down't have a store and those that do have limited hours and are closed on Sunday.
GAH!!! We are used to California where, although the state is justifiably considered bizarre, we don't have restrictions based on religion. Unless it's between 2 AM and 6 AM one can buy what they like pretty much anywhere. I'm always caught short by states with archaic laws. It's not like we want to get plastered or anything but the weather is hot and a nice cold beer is great in the afternoon or evening.
I don't mean to offend anybody who lives in this state but WTF??? It's like being in a different country.
Still working out our Colorado trip plan...decided to just stay with ancient 780 rather than buy new Garmin.
The train station.
Relaxing day after a hectic week of running around on my week off. Family trips making memories
Nice GPS in my Lexus GS350, but I still like my old Garmin...trying to figure out how to mount it :/
Yosemite national park. Very smoky.
Back home after two weeks on the road...
Got to see if I remember how to load POI files...cleaned out the old 780 in anticipation of a big trip.
To Knoxville Tn to Nashville visiting family and back home.
Choo choo station.
...gettin' nowhere fast!
To a renaissance festival.
To the east then west
Short ride to Titusville.
Had to go to home depot twice. Once to buy a smoke detector and then to exchange for a smoke detector that was not opened and missing parts.
Another trip down.
It was a sweet trip.
Lakeland Florida to another quilt shop :/
Virginia Hospital Center. It's in Arlington in a residential area. 20 different ways to get there (read: no direct route)
Somewhere over the rainbow
Washington Mall Museums with visiting friends.
Cottage trip, dropped my son off for a 2 week vacation with my mom.
and surrounding area
Happy Monday, Everyone.
Big family reunion over. Should be home tomorrow then a few short trips around Wisconsin later this week.
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