4 years 4 hours
That's what it says on my profile for today. It's my anniversary and I've loved every minute of it. Thank you Miss POI and John for starting this site. Thank you to each and every one of you great guys and gals for sharing bits and pieces of your lives with me and taking the time to answer questions before I knew I didn't know them.
Yes, PND's lead the list, that 22% drop in sales is telling.
Anyone here running on veggie oil? Every time the gas prices spike I contemplate buying an old diesel and putting in a WVO kit.
Looking for anyone who might have already been down this path for their thoughts and experiences.
This week we are recognizing Canuk:)
Canuk, Thanks for all your help with the recent explosion of cameras in Florida. I really appreciate all the research you did for me.
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
I wanted to be funny or sarcastic but on second thought the situation over there is to tragic to make fun of this soon after the event and the problems of radiation the Japanese face.
In northern Nevada a couple got the van stuck in the mountains, the husband took off looking for help-- with the GPS. Lady survived for 49 days and is in the hospital. The husband has not been found yet.
We are considering a GPS for use in hiking and off road use. Does anyone have a suggestion on products they have used? It would be nice to have a good model with primary features without having to pay a premium price. Thank you in advance for your information.
Just a general question on red light cameras, why would you get a warning signal on the GPS going North or South, but not going East through the same intersection? This is the POI Factory file.
Thanks (This is a very good web site for information)
Happy Mother's Day to all the POI-Factory mothers.....hope your day is a great one !
This is a funny one, enjoy !
I saw on the news that Aaron Rents was being sued for snapping unauthorized pics on rental laptops. PC mag picked up on the story.
Being a "biker" for 51 yrs., I have traveled the US, Canada and northern Mexico. BUT, I am still looking for a GPS program that will let me load pt. A to pt. B with the min. of freeway travel. I hate having to look at a map all the time. Backroad travel is the only way to really see the country, regardless of the extra miles.
the site identifies "My Favorite Files". This is a great option.
Is there a way to down load all items that have been flagged as updated?
Other than have to locate each and the do the download?
Open Google Earth.
Enter: 33.97513, -118.23457
Zoom in and notice that the street seems to be "melting" into a trench. Keep zooming in until you drop into "Street View", into the trench.
If you move forward, the view jumps up and down as it crosses the pipes (or pillers).
Bing maps does not do this. it shows it as Railroad or commuter train tracks.
I recently purchased a VW with Turbo Diesel engine. Finding ultra low sulfur diesel is a challange. Any other road warriors out there that know what stations sell the ULSD?
In Google maps enter:
200a N Highland Ave, Baltimore MD 21224
Drop down to Street View and face West.
Zoom in towards the Red & White Trash can
The reason I say "Drunk" is because it's right outside "Discount Liquors". Move a little to the North and you can read the sign on the store.
This week we are recognizing Box Car!!!
Great job on your monthly updates to your Gas Station files.
We travelers really appreciate your dedication to keeping these up to date.
It's a shame we don't have him alive to water board and play other games with him.
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