I was very flattered a few weeks ago when the manager at Mountain View Cemetary where this picture was taken contacted me and asked if he could print out two of my images to use in his office. I emailed him the high-resolution versions and he sent me copies of the enlargements.
Mountain View Cemetery began operations in 1887 and is one of Vancouver's oldest. They began renovation projects including restoring headstones in 2004. They just recently had a dedication ceremony for their new infant area.
Honda Navigation splash screen hack Originally uploaded by istargazer . UPDATE: 2008 Honda Odyssey Navigation Screen Hack I received this information from Brian who was successful in completing this mod on his 2008 Odyssey: I was able to Hack my new '08 Odyssey Navi with help from your blog and other sources. I used the new DumpNavi " bysin.exe " http://guicide.com/cars/2006civic/nav/hacks/Bysin.zip instead of CEbin. The '08 has a couple other bmp files you have to modify to match your picture. I had to modify move and match these four files: Navi_Title.bmp Honda_emblem.bmp Opening1.bmp OpeningBase.bmp Just thought I'd leave that bit of information for anyone else trying with an '08. ORIGINAL POST FOLLOWS: I originally posted my success with modifying the startup splash screen on our 2006 Honda Odyssey navigation system here but I never actually put down all the steps in one place. Until now :0) My thanks go out to the people at OdyClub and A
Wheel-Tire size comparer - RIMS-N-TIRES This is an awesome site to compare how different wheel and tire sizes will affect fitment and the speedometer on your car. The image above shows the difference between the stock BBS wheels that come with the 2006 STI and the new WedsSport Weds TC105N that I have on order. The link to the actual data is here .
I finished installing the Valentine1 radar detector into the van today. The hardest part was finding a spot to ground the negative wire in the cramped area under the dash. These are the steps I followed.... First, for power I like using a piggyback fuse connector like the one pictured below. It's made by the Littelfuse Company and it's called Add-a-Circuit. Because I simply took out the hard-wire kit that I was using in the Subaru, everything was all set to go. This allows me to connect into power without having to splice into any wires. I like being able to remove it easily. The driver's side fuse panel is fairly compact and it was easy to fish the wire behind the panel so that it would look nice and clean: DO NOT DO WHAT I DID IN THE PICTURE ABOVE and put the radar detector with the RADIO (#5), or the INTR LIGHT (#6), or the BACK UP (#7), or the DAY LIGHT (#3). I tried each one of those locations, looking for a spot that would give me switched power. Surprisingly,