Originally Posted by pop_rocks
the mrs uses this app called strava that does the same stuff
its gps based so its not 100% accurate but it has a lot of really cool features
its cool because it tracks your route for you like the garmin, plus compares you to others in the area
she gets really competitive sometimes, but its all in good fun and i like seeing how we stack up against some of the faster riders
it shows you the trails including elevation and stuff like that
i hope he enjoys the garmin,he is the wearable or do you mount it on the bars, like a gps for the car? i think some of the watches are water proof too
yeah the guy was totally cool to talk to and just fun to kick it with
i will be heading out that way soon because i told him i would return the tray and containers he gave me the cuts in
i hear the worst of the heat is passed pack, but its summer time
it was nice to walk outside at midnight last night in shorts and a tshirt and enjoy the nice warm night
we have the house opened up right now to let in the cool air, but im going to closing the windows and doors soon
hope everyone is having a great weekend!
I sure hope you are right about the heat clearing out. It was insane yesterday. It hit 122 degrees on my way home. I turned my A.C. off, not wanting to overheat my car. 2 fires and a few accidents turned my normal 40 minute drive, into an hour and a half of burning hell on earth.
It's cool to have grower friends especially when they are mellow. I have a few friends who grow, most are constantly patting themselves on the back. Egos can be problematic. I have a buddy who runs a 6 lighter at home, and 60 lights at the warehouse. I have had to put him in his place a few times. He tends to talk down to other growers. Of course when he has issues he calls me. He follows a recipe designed by someone else. He has learned to copy what others do, but can't adapt when it counts. He grows good bud, but it can be hit or miss. He was having issues at the warehouse, they added more lights and couldn't get the lights synced up time wise. I told him to get rid of the digital timers and go with a mechanical timer. After 3 60 light crops of foxtailed hermied buds, the owners of the warehouse tossed the digital timers for mechanical times. He's really lucky, the people he works for were less than happy. 300 plus pounds of subpar seeded, foxtailed buds between the 3 crops. This is what happens when you think you know more than everyone else. This is why I don't have partners, I will succeed or fail on my merits. Plus who wants to split their crop, not this guy.
Sounds like you had a nice midnight strole, it was still 95 here at midnight. I am planning on spending most of the weekend in the pool.
Hope everyone stays cool this weekend, summer is definitely here. On the bright side the warehouse at work stayed relatively comfortable all day, we have fans but no swamp coolers, or AC.