It’s easy to figure out what direction you’re headed in Colorado. So long as you can see the mountains, that is. If I lived in the plains or somewhere without a huge landmark to tell me where I’m going, I’d be downright screwed. Luckily that’s not the case. Of course now with the GPS on my Storm and the Google Map app, I won’t ever be lost ever ever again. A Compass ($5) though is still a good idea for hiking or when my phone doesnt have service or dies, as them devices are prone to do.
- You look good doing what you're doing. Some better than others, but I applaud the effort, regardless.
The 100 Days of Ties Project
Gents with Questions for the Fairer Sex:
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 88 with Jimmy Eat World, Gant Rugger, and those Gitman Brothers.
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 87, continuing with the bow ties, Jimmy Buffett and dreaming of boat drinks.
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 86, a long overdue bowtie and one. cold. morning. commute.
- Quality and Quantity: Purge to fill with the Yuketen Country Ranger and more.
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