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.
To the Dr. It did require driving from one city to the next.
29"C today,14"C tomorrow.
cousins place in CA. Start of a mini-vacation where the GPS will get a real workout! House sitter loves a few days at our place too
Missed a few.
Grocery store about the most exciting trip lately.
Angela is awesome!
In the UK we have a superb resource for mills that can be found at https://millsarchive.org/
To a nearby state park to catch the fall colors.
Work all week again.
My store is setting up Christmas now. Gets earlier every year.
For the weekend, traveling to Northern Wisconsin with one of our sons, her to volunteer and him to attend a wedding. Does that count? I'm not actually going anywhere so probably not.
Maybe I'll get some cleaning and decluttering done this weekend while she's away.
Fall is coming to Gold Country
Flew to Vancouver and spend a few days driving around Vancouver. Brought my own GPS.
Maybe next week
...friday. I really don't like going in to town on weekdays because of the crazy traffic. We're picking her up this afternoon.
Craft show season.
Driving around town shopping.
A 6 hour trip to home from the Ural motorcycle dealership using my old Nuvi 765. Included 2 hours of night time riding, my first ever. Temperatures dropping to about 8 deg C (about 45 deg F). Four shirts, Rainjacket over the bike jacket, winter gloves and heated handlebar grips.
Running around to get things done. Errands - found chandelier i bought the previous day at another Home Depot for half the price so bonus for me.
She had never been and wanted to see the sites, so my wife and I took them on a little trip. We saw the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD, the Badlands, Wall Drug (whoopee, my cousin's husband's choice), Mt. Rushmore, Custer Battlefield, (my cousin's favorite place), Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon, Zion NP, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and my wife's and my favorite, Arches NP. We had a great time and did all of this in about 12 days. I guesstimated 5500 miles and when I took the rental back, I had put 5546 miles on the car. You should have seen the agents face when I told him the mileage. His jaw just kind of dropped and he gave me a deer in the headlights look. Kind of funny watching his expression!
Here we go!
For my car to get out of the shop. Two days have turned into a week.
Happy Monday to members..
From California to Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and back to California. Used the nuvi to get everywhere.
Going to daughters for supper tonite.
Drove from NJ to Dallas, Austin, Houston and back Phew!
12 Soft Taco Party Pack
a good week!
Rounds through the week include the BORG, Lowes, and Menard's.
Why does it always seem that when completing a home repair or project and crossing it off the list, another one takes its place?
What's that? Oh, please excuse me while hollering in the house from the garage to my wife, "Yes dear, that's on my list. If I say I'm going to do something, I'm going to do it! You don't need to remind me every six months." I don't know why that is always funny to me.
Yes - BORG is Big Orange Retail Giant. Home Depot. While Lowes started in 1946, then Menard's (Midwest in Eau Claire in 1960), Home Depot didn't start until 1978 and has surpassed all other Home Improvement stores in the same category. Truly, they will be assimilated. Your useless trivia for the day.
So CA with cousin doing the tourist thing. Comes to and end soon be headed home
Went to Ottawa IL for the Pumpkin Pie (bike) Ride on Sunday.
To a local state park to catch the fall colors.
Have a great week everyone!
Chasing the windmill.
Heading to BlackCreek for turkey feast. doing a deep-fry outside.
no big deal.
Good trip accept for the rain.
Pittsburgh PA, good ol steel city
Great weather this time of year in SF
Work all week
One for the money two for the show
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