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@ Jetlink « Mon 1:36:09 pm »
It takes a while but one of the major portions of the service in Woodland is the reading the roll call of the names of all of the deceased veterans from Woodland township. I think it is a great tribute.
@ Jetlink « Mon 1:34:39 pm »
Attended memorial day service in Woodland this morning. My daughter was hired to be the bugler playing taps at the Sunfield and Clarksville Cemetery today for their services. Some of the other band kids were doing the service at Woodland and Lake Odessa.
@ Jetlink « Mon 1:33:30 pm »
Lunchy lunchy
@ AARR « Mon 11:48:38 am »
LOL
@ Michael « Mon 11:19:06 am »
I think between AARR’s steroid use and his iffy stats, we are going to need to put an Asterixis by his name *AARR
@ ~Z~ « Mon 11:15:28 am »
good luck editting the old posts AARR, only the past 300 chat messages are kept in the database
@ AARR « Mon 10:45:09 am »
So I may have to go through the old Chat Board posts and revise my posts :-)
@ AARR « Mon 10:44:26 am »
That is what I thought too. But I really thought based on what I know about The MOT for example that my odometer was really accurate so I am surprised to see how off it is (even if it’s less that 5 percent)
Jetlink wrote: That is common. Odometers usually under or overmeasure. An accurate GPS is now considered the standard.
@ ~Z~ « Mon 10:13:28 am »
righto on the slower speeds on gravel. heck, my mtn bike tires I notice are faster on smooth pavement than more rough pavement.
@ ~Z~ « Mon 10:11:35 am »
no worries about mrs. jetlink. She seemed busy the couple times I saw her.
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:22:18 am »
At least that is what I hear in hiking, trail maintenance, and cycling circles. I haven't actually read a peer reviewed scholarly article stating such but I think it is generally accepted. I do know that the GPS equipment in my garmin and on my phone perfectly match the instruments we have onboard the airplane. In unofficial testing.
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:10:41 am »
That is common. Odometers usually under or overmeasure. An accurate GPS is now considered the standard.
@ AARR « Mon 8:53:12 am »
The APP and my odometer are not synchronized. My odometer is a few percent lower than the APP. So if the APP is accurate I’m actually going a little further than my odometer shows.
@ AARR « Mon 8:50:20 am »
Mrs AARR has the same APP that you guys have that tracks and isolates the various segments of a bike ride. It is interesting to see.
@ AARR « Mon 7:29:43 am »
Rainy rainy

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