Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 17:59:41 -0700
Reply-To: Jim Arnott <jrasite@EONI.COM>
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From: Jim Arnott <jrasite@EONI.COM>
Subject: Re: Maps vs GPS
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I use GPS to get me from this house to that address. I use dead tree
maps when I need to get from here to about there. Miss Lisa is a fine
map reader/navigator. Though she and I differ on how to fold a map.
Mr Squirrel, you need to spend a bit more time teaching your primary
navigator how to interpret route instructions. Maybe see if there is
a rally club in Bend. A couple TSD rallies under her belt and you'd
never complain again. Nor have reason to. (of course, your marriage
might well not survive....)
0.00 1. Right out of parking
0.32 2. Left at stop.
8.91 10. Right at T.
9.42 11. Right after "Stop"
10.07 12. End odometer check at "35". CAST 37
13. Right onto Palm Ave.
14. Right after "State Rd 7". CAST 44
15. Right after State Rd 7.
16. "NW 5th". CAST 32.
17. Right onto unpaved.
18. Right on 2nd paved road.
19. Pause 30 seconds at TCL.
21.30 20. Left.
21. Pause 1.00 min. at stop.
On Oct 9, 2009, at 3:46 PM, Rocket J Squirrel wrote:
> Yeah -- what's up with that? Not to paint with too broad a brush,
> but can
> women within one standard deviation of the median read a map? None
> of my
> three wives has ever known how to read a map.
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