Chit Chat Thread For The Week Of July 15, 2019

 

This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.

This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.

~Angela

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Gonna be a warm week again.

Gonna be a warm week again.

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I never get lost, but I do explore new territory every now and then.

HELLO!

Have a great week, everyone.

have

a great and safe week to all. wink

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garmin nuvi,750 ***3ʇǝʞɔɐɾpǝɹ*** garmin nuvi,855 garmin nuvi,1490t

Home

Just got home a couple hours ago. Hot but ended up with two nights of hard rain. People like me to visit if it is hot cause I will bring rain with me.

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

Everybody have a great week.

Everybody have a great week. Back to work for me after 2 weeks holidays.

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All the worlds indeed a stage and we are merely players. Rush

I know

almostbob wrote:

and that means, holy crap I have grandchildren, how did I get so old

I know how you feel, old age sure comes fast.

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Gonna

be a hot week - Guess Summer decided to stick around now.

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Eric M - Nuvi 2555 - IBA 46658 - TOH 151 - 2006 Honda Goldwing 2009 Honda Shadow -

Enjoy it while you can ....

emarsh5009 wrote:

Gonna be a hot week - Guess Summer decided to stick around now.

Longer term forecasts show this trend will come to an abrupt end by the end of the month crying

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If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem quickly resembles a nail. (Maslow's Hammer)

Hello!

Hello!

Could've Been Worse

No, not the tropical weather event reporting by the media. It's the absolute worst competitive weather forecasting that's ever been aired. I was referring to the storm named Barry, which failed to follow the models while the forecasters were failing to rely on their educations and powers of observation instead of hyping the models that couldn't even agree with each other by the time it finally began moving ashore.

Everyone have a happy and safe week

Everyone have a happy and safe week.

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Politicians and Diapers must be changed often for the exact same reason...

Have a great week.

Have a great week.

Monday

Again! Holy Smokes...

philosophy

The days are long, the years are short.

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I don't wear my seat belt to keep from dying; but to make sure that when I do, I'll be in my Jeep.

rained heavy last night. wow.

rained heavy last night. wow.

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N.E. Ohio, Garmin 2598 TomTom One XL

Have a

nice week

Outlook for a Great Week Ahead

Hope everyone has a great week!

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And now, back to your regularly scheduled forum - already in progress . . .

Going to be a hot one this

Going to be a hot one this week!

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Garmin 2555lmt

Another work week ahead

Happy work week

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Retired Street Pilot C550, Garmin Drive 50 USA+CAN LMT 5, I phone 8Plus.

:)

Hi Everyone.

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Nuvi 760

hi

hi

Hi

Summer is here.

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FJM

Hi everyone,

Have a great day

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Gattina11

hi all

hi all

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nuvi 2597LMT

Have a great week

Have a great week

it

heat advisory. I caught our evaporator on the central ac ice'd up last Wed. night. Thank goodness someone came on Friday. System is old and microscopic leak, low on freon. Usually I get leaks fixed, but again tech said microscopic over time based how much (little) freon needed. Been blowing 54F out the vents ever since (you hvac peeps will likely point out how meaningless that number is lol)

Old AC's

johnnatash4 wrote:

heat advisory. I caught our evaporator on the central ac ice'd up last Wed. night. Thank goodness someone came on Friday. System is old and microscopic leak, low on freon. Usually I get leaks fixed, but again tech said microscopic over time based how much (little) freon needed. Been blowing 54F out the vents ever since (you hvac peeps will likely point out how meaningless that number is lol)

Those old central air units used to go forever. My former house had a Sears Custom III unit (manufactured by Trane I think) that I installed in the early 70's. It was over 30 years old when I sold the house and still worked perfectly. I only ever had to have refrigerant added one time during that span. It of course used the old R22 refrigerant, and the HVAC guys kept telling me I should replace it as R22 would not be available much longer. I would always just smile and say I would think about it. wink I don't know if the buyers of that house are still using that old AC but it wouldn't surprise me if they are.

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Alan - Android Auto, DriveLuxe 50LMTHD, Nuvi 3597LMTHD, Oregon 550T, Nuvi 855, Nuvi 755T, Lowrance Endura Sierra, Bosch Nyon

haha

alandb wrote:
johnnatash4 wrote:

heat advisory. I caught our evaporator on the central ac ice'd up last Wed. night. Thank goodness someone came on Friday. System is old and microscopic leak, low on freon. Usually I get leaks fixed, but again tech said microscopic over time based how much (little) freon needed. Been blowing 54F out the vents ever since (you hvac peeps will likely point out how meaningless that number is lol)

Those old central air units used to go forever. My former house had a Sears Custom III unit (manufactured by Trane I think) that I installed in the early 70's. It was over 30 years old when I sold the house and still worked perfectly. I only ever had to have refrigerant added one time during that span. It of course used the old R22 refrigerant, and the HVAC guys kept telling me I should replace it as R22 would not be available much longer. I would always just smile and say I would think about it. wink I don't know if the buyers of that house are still using that old AC but it wouldn't surprise me if they are.

yeah my unit is from 1999, and I moved in late 2002, so first use of the AC was mid 2003. Ran flawlessly until mid 2008--a buddy replaced a $14 capacitor for us and nothing until last Wed. night/Thu. morning.

Ditto with refrigerator, decent freezer on bottom purchased late 2002. Fridge warm, freezer cold, late 2017. Evaporator iced up. That time, defrost element ($17 on amazon) did the trick.

When we say they don't make 'em like they used to, it's not nostalgia--it's quality. Cars are the same--imho the best cars were made 2004-2008'ish.

Out on the water for a week

"GPS for roads" don't do well here!

Hot

Going to be a hot week here and Barry is due to dump all over us. Stay safe!

Road Trip! Thursday!!!

Road Trip! Thursday!!!

I missed Monday

again.. have a great week.

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nuvi 1390 LT, nuvi 1450 LMT, Vista, Win 10

hello everyone

hello everyone

Is it Miller Time, yet??

Just wondering

Fine

A very fine Tuesday today!

Monday

Just got back from a cross country trip from Memphis to California on Interstate 40. It was a long hot drive both ways. My GPS worked well. for some reason, it did confuse the 405 Freeway north with the Garden Grove Freeway (22) East. Made a few stops on old route 66 going and coming. Everyone have a good safe week.

New Mexico

Perfect weather here in Northern New Mexico this week.

Have a Good Week!!!

Be safe!

Hump Day!!!

Hump Day!!!

Hello.

Hello.

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Charlie. Nuvi 265 WT and Nuvi 2597 LMT. Android Here WeGo - Offline Maps & GPS.

Good Day

Be safe out there.

Have a splendid week!

Have a splendid week!

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an94

happy hump day

happy hump day

Hope everyone is having a

Hope everyone is having a nice, if hot, week.

Rain

Just had a big T-Storm pass through.

yes

yes

;much warmer today...ugh.

;much warmer today...ugh.

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N.E. Ohio, Garmin 2598 TomTom One XL

Just checking in

have a great week

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Jim Morentz SABER, Single Automated Business Exchange for Reporting jim@SABERspace.org

weather

its supposed to be nice this week end so we are going to Westport on the pacific ocean stay overnight in a hotel walk the beach and relax

almost weekend

smile

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