Tag Archives: GPS

My GPS Is More Like the Devil

November 15, 2012


The kids and I — experienced GPS users by now across most of New York State and down the east coast — read with great interest Brad Stine’s blog post, Traveling by Faith. In the post, Brad lauds his GPS mentor with amazing allegorical panache: The more adventures we have taken the more I have […]

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Lots of Sitting, Lots of Bull

June 5, 2012

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Quick question: Is “bull” in its vernacular form a “bad word”? So yesterday we went to West Point. New York. The Military Academy of the United States. Yes, where Robert E. Lee and Jeb Stewart and Ulyssess Grant and Dwight Eisenhower and Douglas MacArthur went to school. I should clarify… we WANTED to go to […]

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Turn Right. No… The Other Right

March 6, 2012


I love my GPS. I really do. But some days…. POW, right in the kisser! I used to wrangle with paper maps. And once I opened one of those things, I could NEVER fold it back up. NEVER. It was like the Rubik’s Cube to me. HOW THE HECK DO YOU DO THIS, AGAIN?!?! In […]

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February 19, 2011


I’m back! I’m back from an overnight trip to the Finger Lakes. WOW it was fun, but by day 2, I was horribly homesick. I missed my kids and I missed my kitty. They told me Livvy was terribly lonely, meowing and whining and pining out the window waiting for me. She was pretty depressed […]

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Did You Know May is Map Update Month?

April 26, 2010

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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NAVTEQ. All opinions are 100% mine. Hoh boy, is this good news! It’s that time of the year, fellow travelers and map mavens, and it’s right before the summer traveling season starts. The month of May is NAVTEQ’s Map Update Month! Did you know […]

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