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@ Doktor No « Mon 12:59:48 pm »
I was wandering around Northern Ontario, Sudbury, Englehart, Cochran and the CN/CP/AC lines. Takes you right down to the mines, railyards, etc, etc.
@ Doktor No « Mon 12:57:54 pm »
https://www.lightningmaps.org Too bad it doesn’t have a loop feature though. Killer map app though.
@ ~Z~ « Mon 12:00:46 pm »
in the brilliant concept department, i also check google maps traffic overlay whenever I’m going to head on the highways, helps avoid traffic jams.
@ ~Z~ « Mon 11:59:47 am »
I don’t know if AARR modifies his exercising regimen and timing based on rain possibilities. I know the route is basically the same most days.
@ Jetlink « Mon 10:42:23 am »
Brilliant concepts from rrfan.com
@ SD80MAC « Mon 10:36:33 am »
Yes, checking the radar before heading outside might help you avoid getting wet, one would assume
@ ~Z~ « Mon 10:23:51 am »
maybe you are watching the weather radar a bit better? i check it before biking, and generally always helps a ton.
@ AARR « Mon 9:35:41 am »
I’ve managed to avoid most, but not all, of the rain and snow to date
@ AARR « Mon 9:35:06 am »
However, this year it’s been the opposite
@ AARR « Mon 9:34:52 am »
And I’ve supported it with statisitics
@ AARR « Mon 9:34:24 am »
So I’ve mentioned in the past my bad luck avoiding rain while I’m excercising espeically when biking
@ AARR « Mon 9:33:34 am »
Great timing ~Z~
@ ~Z~ « Mon 9:20:11 am »
saw the incoming rain, so did a quick 45 min walk. just started to sprinkle as i got back on my property.
@ SD80MAC « Mon 9:08:58 am »
ImageValpo by Jonathon Leese, on Flickr
@ Talk « Mon 7:28:52 am »
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