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When using a map, it is a lot harder to check your mind at the door. While I normally do use a GPS, I try to always preview my route on a map. This way I have a good idea of where I am going. On my last little camping trip I did not look close enough at the freeway interchanges in Wisconsin and I felt very uncomfortable just following the wing's instructions. No wrong turns, but you can believe that I was being hyper aware of the signage.
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Hehe, Bill showed me your "Crownfire Navigation System", pretty nifty idea I figure.
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Funny, GPS has gotten me lost many times and paper maps got me back on track. Happened recently in MV when the GPS took me to Deals Gap instead and then lost cell signal for phone GPS. Have to say though they're great in big cities for navigating.
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