On my first day back in Ohio, I rode a few miles with Flyin Tuna but she was riding way too strong for me on my 3rd string bike so I bugged out after 1/2 a mile, more or less. Then I invested time in mowing, mulching, weeding, etc.. which explains the dirt under the finger nail. I visited Rick Miller to switch out pedals on that ancient US Postal Service Trek so I could ride it and then, Rick told me there was a special on Garmin Edge 1000 so.....get ready for it...I ordered one. The very reliable Garmin 500 lost a button on the top of Kitt Peak a few weeks ago and I could not find it and then a 2nd button came out so, while I am patient, I could not ignore these defects so I have retired the 500. Looking forward to seeing my many riding buddies at the Tuesday New Albany ride and next week, probably check out the Southern Rebs in Canal.
Also, unique visits to this silly blog are now consistently above 1000 each week. I say this not to brag but to marvel that there are that many people who would come here. Imagine if I had talent, the numbers would be HUGE!
4/18/2017 02:08:53 pm
You can get the Edge repaired by Garmin. They will just send you a refurbished unit for a fraction of the cost of new.
Oh. Thank you Dave. I'll do that and my wife can use it when she runs.
4/18/2017 07:20:58 pm
4/19/2017 05:22:17 am
Nice post, Mark! At least full of humor in simple sentences :) Garmin problem is bad. Unique visits 1000 per week is not really awesome if your blogging career is from 2009. Don't want to hurt you. Just showing you the reality. In one of my blogs (ExcelDemy.com), I get more than 1000 unique view a day. If anything you want to take from my experience, please contact me with the email address with this comment. I don't run a digital marketing agency. So, you don't have to worry about any charges (I love to help people). Best regards buddy!
4/19/2017 09:12:19 am
I rarely mention the number count as it is not important to me. Only that I provide entertaining content. But, I am curious so will email you Kawser.
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