I just updated it, on Windows 7, to 220.127.116.11. I think the update was released on December 13, 2017.
As I had previously told you, Garmin Express (at least on Windows) does NOT auto-update or provide you with any notification that an update is available. You have to check manually.
Not sure what going up to 5.8 from 5.7 did. I haven’t seen any differences. Maybe it was to add support to the Vivoactive 3.
On vocals and lead guitar, above, is our Alton local, Luciano (‘Luc’) Monzione, who I have known since he was about 10. From the very first day I met him, when he joined a “Destination Imagination” (DI) team I was coaching, I could immediately tell that Luc was going to go far. And he is living up to my high expectations — though these are but the first steps. What is amazing is that his talents are not restricted to music. One of the smartest of people I have ever met — with intelligence way ‘up there’. So, I am very happy and proud to see Luc and his friends on the road towards what we all hope is untrammelled success. Hence, why I am alway promoting Luc (independent of my friendship with his parents}.
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“Organized Chaos” Website.
Yes, today, December 12th will be the earliest sunset of 2017 — in New Hampshire.
But, today is the shortest evening.
There is a difference.
Sunrise and Sunset times, leading up to the Solstice, are NOT ‘symmetrical’.
Sunrise still continues to get later and later till the 21st. Then they reverse.
Check the annotated table above.
We only have 3 minutes MORE, in total, to lose. Wow.
So, rejoice. The END of these depressing early evenings.
By Christmas evenings will be a full 5-minutes later. WOW.
Click to ENLARGE.
Pretty neat. If you have a Roku (and everybody really should have one) just search channels for ‘Hanukkah‘.
It should be fun and informative — and how can you go wrong when they cover both music and cooking.
What amuses I is that the ‘Daily Mail‘ would have obscured the nipple (and some of the mammary gland) if she was NOT tribal. Here is a recent example of the Daily Mail being coy with ‘European’ breasts. That they make that distinction is disinegenous and insulting. Plus, it is (for pity’s sake) a British tabloid. British tabloids are expected to display females, topless. Jeez.
‘National Geographic‘, as I thought would happen under the new ownership, haven’t printed any in the last few months. If they have, it slipped passed me and I am fairly good and looking through each issue of the magazine — which I get, religiously.
So, there are the other 2017 tribal topless features from the Daily Mail.