The thing I love most about living in Southern California is the weather. The weather and the location - within a day you can be boarding at Big Bear and in the afternoon you can be blading on the beach. I didn't get to blading yesterday but I did hit the snow. The GPS is so small it fit in my jacket easily as did my little powershot making it a fun day of trying to board while taking some pics and a video or two.
Wow - Ain't New York grand in the winter! Tried taking a couple of pics with the GPS unit which didn't work out so well. When it came to uploading them into the program the GPS log advised a couple had registered. Unfortunately they did show correctly on the map - see below.
I happended to leave on the first day of what we were told was going to be quite the snow storm. Flights were delayed and in all my 7.5 hour flight gave me time to dream about the snow that would be falling in California - time to dust of the snow board and take my skills for a bit of a run.
What a crazy couple of weeks. The silly season is in full force and what better way to celerbrate than with a little 5k to get into the spirit and to work off a couple of extra pounds from t.giving... Luckily it was a beautiful day and being that this was more of a "fun run" for me I was wuite happy to slow down and take some pics...!Christmas Run Venice.jpg!
Okay so it really isn't easy to show you the great features of the Sony GPS without an active link to google map.... you will just have to go buy one for yourself. I can't let the road trip with my Mum go without.....
It was a great trip with a lot of time to catch up in the car while driving LA - Palm Springs (Cousins Wedding) to Vegas (play time!).
The GPS is a great way to show the people at home in NZ where we went and what we saw. Dad came across for a couple of days. He and Mum went on a cruise to Mexico while I worked It was hard to convince him to spend the extra 3 days in LA a place he loves to hate - and takes great pleasure telling me why...
Never one to back away from a challenge I decided to show him the 'other side" of LA - where the sun shines, the hills roll and the experiences are endless.. Mission: to prove that LA is not just Hollywood and a concrete, flame ridden desert city.
First off we went hiking in the Malibu mountains (not near the fires) - to the Getty Villa, the canals in Venice and the Observatory. Where are the pics I hear you yell??? My camera battery went - so sad.
Off to New York tomorrow - nervous as to how the GPS will track in the city - will let you know.