This week we are recognizing D-Moo70 for all of his work on the Royal Canadian Legion Branches project.
I know this has been a huge undertaking and I appreciate having this project in our community.
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.
MaryAnn Melby AKA Miss POI
Here is an interesting story about the use of GPS to track criminals.
In the US, you're gonna need a search warrant first:
Navteq classify roads in five different categories:
Does anyone know what these road definitions mean?
I'm guessing that 4th class is unpaved and main road is probably a paved divided limited access highway, but that's just a wild guess.
Newb saying hi, just upgraded to a Garmin Nuvi 1390T from the C330 that was stolen at Komoka Provincial Park in Ontario. Take your goodies when you hike
Lot of cool POI's here never used them on the 330, this is going to be fun.
Red light cameras gain traction in New Port Richey
NEW PORT RICHEY — The City Council has taken the first step toward installing red-light cameras across New Port Richey.
Council members voted 3-2 on Tuesday night to proceed with researching how, where and when to install the cameras, with Mayor Scott McPherson and Judy DeBella Thomas dissenting.
hey guys im having trouble deciding on where to go . i can leave thurday night and i can be back preferrably saturday late night or sunday morning. i live in queens so i guess anything maybe no more than 4 away would be nice that way i dont waste to much of my time driving.
im not picky and im open to all suggestion
some one suggested montaulk they sed there was nice beaches there.
Some of the members may already know about this and use it.I just started trying it out.It is one of the best editing programs I have came up on for photos and so user friendly.The best part is the GEO-Tag feature that connects to Google Earth for tagging or adding photos.Really simple.Just select the pictures and line up on the Google Earth map and tag them.See http://picasa.google.com/ .
This week we are recognizing one of our very first members. Kch50428 has been with us since the very beginning. He is number 2340, and it is always a pleasure to have him active in the forums.
It is nice to have been around so long that you get nostalgic when older members come back home after being silent for a while.
1. I used my GPS to create a route to work. It’s no way close to the way I normally go! (I know better than my GPS)
I live in New York City and would love to set up a POI Factory Meet of anyone that is in the New York City Area.. If you are itrested, Let me know And I can Start planning something for us. I think it would be fun to meet some of the users that we meet here.
I just need to know if there are intrested members here that wil want to do this?!!?!
T/A owns PETRO can we merge them to we already have pilot & love
You're on a country road and see a bike or slow moving vehicle ahead. You hope that you'll be able to have plenty of room to pass. Unfortunately by the time you get to that point, he is near the crest of a blind hill, crossing a narrow bridge, or another car is coming.
The result, is you have to slow down and wait or squeeze closer to the vehicle than you liked.
has the graphics improve any from the older version to the new version on the map.
"Patented Sticky Pad uses friction to securely lock your GPS into place
Residue-free, portable and easy to move"
For $8.99 it might be worth a try.
I have done some ATVing recently and I am just curious what the longest trip other members here have made away from the roadway with a GPS? How helpful was the GPS? Did you stay on a trail or river? I have gone probably 100 miles or more on an ATV trail and having my Garmin Nuvifone G60 along was very helpful.
has anyone used of this? on sd card, tells you of road hazards. school zones, speed traps, etc. do you like it? if you remove the card does it stay on your unit?
This week we are recognizing WAASup. You don't say much but when you do it is great info that is very helpful to many.
Thank you so much for all the support you have provided in the forums over the last few years.
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