Garmin equation

Inclement weather conditions. x People staring at you looking at the sky whilst you shuffle around on the spot with your wrist exposed. = Time taken to lock on to a satellite.

It was/is freezing cold at the moment – my trusty Garmin helped keep me cool by taking forever to locate and lock on to it’s satellite selection today.

Did a couple of miles on my own.

Bring on the 36K tomorrow! 😛

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~ by joggerblogger on January 24, 2007.

5 Responses to “Garmin equation”

  1. When I come out of the gym and turn my Garmin back on, I lean nonchalantly with my arm on the railings pretending I’m waiting for a bus. People still stare though 🙂

    Happy birthday for tomorrow, what time is the first instalment of the 36k?

  2. I’ll have to try that 🙂

    Thanks for the birthday wishes 😀

    I think I’m going to get up an run 30K before work, so that I can go out and do 6K with Mrs Preston at lunchtime… For some reason he didn’t want to get up early.

    That gives me the evening to have a few red wines 🙂

    Have a good gig tonight.

  3. This evening I leant out of the toilet window, trying to lock on before I left the building.

    Thats quite awkward to explain when people wander in to use the facilities.

    Are you serious about 36K?

  4. LOL! 🙂 when I got mine I thought it would log on straight away… I think the newer ones are quicker.

    Yeup 36K for my 36th Birthday 😀 I’m going out for a run at 12.00pm tonight (it’s a bit cold though) and then try and pull the rest in before work 🙂

  5. good luck with the 36K and happy early birthday!

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