My wife and I visited the Boykin Springs Recreation Area to hike the Sawmill Hiking Trail.
The trail is only a few miles long and goes from Boykin Springs to the old Aldridge Sawmill.
There are still remnants of the … Read the rest “Boykin Springs Sawmill Hiking Trail”
6 January 2010 got me going on the indoor trainer for the first time of the year. I’m not in very good shape for outdoor riding yet, and besides, it’s even chilly down here in Texas. I’d be relegated to … Read the rest “First Trainer Ride of 2010”
Wow, I’ve gotta say this thing looks WAY cool. I was doing some searching online for some kind of mp3 player that has enough storage to fit my whole music collection. I know the iPod classic has a big storage … Read the rest “Archos 5 Internet Tablet”
All you map geeks, get prepared! Many of you might already be aware of the National Map project by the USGS. Part of that project is the process of updating/replacing the OLD paper USGS topos. You know, the ones that … Read the rest “The National Map and GeoPDF”
I hid my first geocache a week ago and it finally got found today. I am indeed surprised it lasted a whole week before anyone even tried to look for it. The first two searchers, of course, found it (they … Read the rest “My First (Hidden) Geocache”
I’ve run into this a lot lately on various forums. It seems a lot of folks still don’t know that you don’t have to buy Garmin’s maps to load on your GPS.
I’ll start with some programs you’ll need. There’s … Read the rest “Putting Maps on your Garmin GPS”
Ok, so I’m trying to catch up on some posts. Seeing as how I’m going to have to go through a significant recovery process to regain my physical form, I’ve been picking up some tools to help me pull that … Read the rest “Fun with heart rate monitors”