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.
Hello November. Bring on the Turkey!
The Florida Legion Conference starts today.
Continuing my Oct trip. We are now visiting our sons in the Atlanta,Ga area. Woke up this morning and the temp is 32 degrees.
Asheville, NC nice scenery foliage
Took a fishing trip around some of the lakes around Frostproof, Avon Park, and Sebring in Central Florida. Once again the loaded POI's from this site were great.
I've been on vacay that's why.
Bonding time with my middle son and went to a movie.
In Aiken, SC
to Mexico and I went via Louisville, Ky to check out some Bourbon distilleries. Liked the "Buffalo Trace" one.
But I'm finding that to me Bourbon is like wine. I can buy some inexpensive wine and find it quite pleasant to my taste. I can buy a 1.75 L bottle of Kentucky Gentleman at Walgreen for $14.99 and happily drink it straight up. Though purist poo poo this KG stuff.
Round the roundabout.
Here we go
an alternate route to get to my dive shop for an emergency first responder refresher course.
Through an afternoon commuter traffic.
"You can't get there from here."
unless the grocer store counts.
Missed a few. Gotta tilt the windmill!
have a great weekend!
Seem that we are hitting the road this year. In July we drove to the Grand Canyon (North Rim) and back. At the End of October we drove to Boston and back. This does not include several trips to Cleveland, TN (Chattanooga) to visit our daughter there. Maybe we will get a couple more trips before the end of the year.
As an interesting aside. We had to get a new Subaru Forester as our prior one was smashed while we were visiting our daughter in Cleveland, TN.
The new Subaru has a slightly larger gas tank, slightly better gas mileage. That has really made a big difference, in terms of selecting our re-fueling stops. Surprisingly, we were able to avoid getting gas while at the Grand Canyon, until we got to Page, AZ. By then the fuel gauge was on a nail biting empty. But then it was all down-hill so we had some great mileage. In fact, following one downhill refueling stop, the cars estimated range hit 580 miles. Too bad that was a one-off.
Tour of Honor has ended for this year. Looking forward to the new season in April.
Went to the American Legion Fall Conference at Sea World.
Remembrance Day ceremony tomorrow morning. Weather forecast good for a change, but still an annual family ritual rain or shine.
Tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of the first Remembrance Day ceremony on November 11, 1919. Spend an hour to honour and remember them if you can.
Have a grid week,
a few mountain roads have closed for snow already still raining down here
A state capital.
To the fridge and back
taking daughter to doctor and dealing with car issues...
Getting directly from one lesson to another. Not often that I'm double booked like this.
Off to work
Drove 25 km's to get fuel as it is 0.13 cents cheaper per liter. Worth the drive
That's like .54 a gallon!
That's like .54 a gallon!
One US gallon is 3.78 litres.
Yeah, I know. But i didn't have a calculator handy, so I rounded up.
Rode around shopping for a new car
Went to several posts & Midway Airboat rides.
Finding my way around to the various casino buffets here in Las Vegas.
And about around town
Central MS and then Tuscaloosa and Birminham, AL.
hopefully it will be quite and low key.
Picked up a 2020 Forester for the 1000 mile break in I'll just go all around the tri-state area make sure everything is working except the air bags.
For a training exercise.
At an unfamiliar venue.
It was on purpose, I bet.
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