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.
around town today.
Sitting in my school bus, waiting on the football played.
Snow snow and more snow.
To an old coworker's new office nearby to drop off some documents.
Went to Sanford for a Code Camp.
for this month
Not yet but the month is young
But someone else drove
Have I been here this week? I tell time by a calendar, not a watch. Hazards of being retired.
Went this week for business and the weather was great. Things are still very green after a wet winter.
At Waterloo Sportsman's Club in Illinois. Great Stuff!
Round trip to Kitchener/Waterloo area for a 2 day tournament volleyball tournament.
Fundraiser for the Children & Youth charities.
I used the Garmin this week in pedestrian mode for walking around San Antonio.
Brother was here from Alberta toured around town and locally to see the sites.
Having a few (well, more than that) birthday drinks.
It doesn't look like I've done much this week. Just the regular commuting and driving around town.
I'm still very boring.
My old GPS always wanted me to drive through a chain link fence and a small stream to leave my condo association property. My new GPS knows more details about the property and can actually figure out where I live.
Breakfast with friends.
Waze did something different that it had been doing. I did not give me alternate routes for the return trip to Houston. It usually gives an option for I-35W through Fort Worth as well as the I-35E option that runs east.
Great weather in the Napa Valley right now
need to update GPS
from Washington, DC to Fairfield, CT.
Down in Florida for a week fishing.
Volleyball, grocery trip, Ikea for planning some kitchen add-on.
tax free Delaware
Just got a new Jeep Wrangler with a GPS and took it on a trip. GPS is okay, but not nearly as good or user friendly or customizable as my RM or Garman.
Two weeks until our spring 3000 mile Western trip to Nevada and Utah. Getting things organized - have my Garmin Oregon loaded with Utah Topo maps.
Had fence work to do. Hit an unmarked cable (did have 811 mark yard beforehand) on Saturday. On Sunday, finally got the go ahead since it was a dead, abandoned line.
Meanwhile, that gave me and wife the time/excuse to sit down to finalize taxes and click "send".
Road trip to Paris.
Snow yesterday. Today dry as a cucumber. Wow!
To watch the snow fall in it.
Around and down
about a hour from where we live . back road short cuts some nice scenery wildlife a dairy queen, a casino that we stop at on the way back or we don't get to buy any thing lol. get a little bit of "recalculating " once in a while I think I will change that to "help im lost " the wife will get a snicker out of that one.
Had to cancel trip to have kidney stone pulverized.
All good rescheduling sort of like recalculating.
Just out enjoying the sunshine.
To an orthodontist's office.
with a newly updated GPS line. New Garmins >> Old
Getting ready for a family cruise in the summer.
Now that I have become a full time RV'er, I am taking lots of new trips. Right now I'm in Thackerville OK
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