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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On a cross-country camping trip. Expecting to take 7 weeks. Tomorrow ends week 3. Broke my hand the second day. D'Oh! Swelling has mostly gone away and I can use it but it still hurts. Had a bear visit our campsite the first week. It came into camp when I was cooking dinner and decided to get up on the table. It eventually went away and didn't even take our food. I guess it was just curious.
Using my old 760 to navigate everywhere. Still works great.
Got wife a set of shelves that she wanted and put them together. Cat's unhappy since we got rid of a table that she liked to sit on while we're working in the kitchen.
Amazing day for it, some family time and great laughs.
Took a leisure ride through the local back roads. Very nice weather. Accompanied by my wife and dog.
To Costco I go, my excuse is I'm in need of gas.
Been six years since I was there. Forgot how bad the traffic is getting in and out of there.
SoCa for cousins 80th birthday. Great trip and a wonder dinner with lots of lifelong friends!
Australia and New Zealand are d a m n cold. People are skiing in NZ.
Dallas, TX then Austin and Houston
We spent the weekend at the Alabama State Square Dance Convention. Garmin made the drive there and back almost as enjoyable as the dance.
Taking a friend out for a birthday to a new breakfast place.
Preparing for a hurricane
800 mile trip. Came back via hwy 50 in Nevada which has been dubbed the "loneliest road in America". 100 miles in between towns. Very beautiful desert environment.
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