Oh the elusive icon. I've been a member for 46 weeks and relatively active. But not in the "posting" area. I get one or two weeks of active status then am traveling. So, I get no windmill. Oh woe is me.
Wilt thy windmill be soest mine? Nay perchance I do fully believe.
this must mean its taking me a long time to do lookout towers.never new it would be so much work.thanks for the stars miss poi
Red light cameras are springing up all over. Too bad they have little positive impact on safety. But, in these tough economic times they are certainly a way around "raising taxes".
I hope everyone has a great Memorial Day. Remember The Troops! Freedom is not free!
This week we are recognizing Lbevil and Jgermann. Not sure how I wound up picking out two contributors from Tennessee this week. You guys are 3 hours apart, yes I looked it up in case you guys wanted to have lunch to celebrate;)
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
REMEMBER THE FALLEN ON MAY 31ST
Anyone out there know of a program that converts MAPs? I found a interesting map that is apparently for MAGELLAN, but not for TOMTOM.
Check this out!:
Examples of what we would all like to avoid!
As you will see in this video, even if you drive safely, many others do not.
***Be careful out there this Memorial Day weekend***
I'm looking for a mapping GPS for my bike. I'm mainly interested in using it for navigation; its ability to provide the sort of info you get from a bike computer would be a plus, but very much secondary, as would heart rate.
I tow a large RV so low clearance areas are a big concern when travelling in new areas. There are many sources that list this information, both print and electronic.
My question has anyone ever compared the POI file found on this forum to the one on http://www.lowclearances.com/ ?
Just returned from Britain where I was using the free OSM available from http://freegeographytools.com/2009/free-routable-street-maps....
It worked very well. Maps were well detailed, all roads, including minor lanes seemed to be included and all were well marked and named.
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) today released the findings of their 2009 Bottleneck Analysis of 100 Freight Significant Highway Locations. The research, which assesses the level of truck-oriented congestion at 100 locations on the national highway system.
I am interested if anybody here uses any sort of waterproof case for their GPS when using it for outdoor activities? I plan to go canoeing this summer and I may want to bring along a Garmin Nuvi to keep track of the location, but, needless to say, I don't want to ruin it.
I just wanted to say hi to everyone. This looks like a great forum, and I look forward to using some of these POI files in my travels!
I was reading a thread and one question came to mind. Who runs this whole Global Positioning Satellite system?
I mean I know government may be paying for satellite but who ultimately pays for that subscription we are using? We don't pay to subscription. May be Garmin or tomtom what ever the company is, they might be giving some fund in satellite program.
Read about a potential overhaul coming:
I just checked my NUVI 265WT for a local post office in Albuquerque NM. I used the "Community" internal directory.
I came up with two locations in Albuquerque. I can count 4 within 3 miles of my location and that doesn't count the ones the NUVI came up with.
I see there is no POI for US Post Offices on the POI Factory site.
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