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Date:         Sun, 11 Oct 2009 19:30:34 -0400
Reply-To:     Ron Tipton <uther@DRAGONHOME.ORG>
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From:         Ron Tipton <uther@DRAGONHOME.ORG>
Subject:      Re: Maps vs GPS
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i think my favorite thing about my GPS is that i will drive down little roads (sometimes non-paved) for hours without having to worry about finding my way back. then when i'm ready to go "home" i just push a button on my GPS and it tells me how to get there. as it happens i'm pretty good with maps but have a hard time reading one when i'm driving down the road! my GPS sits on the dash and gives me directions... which for me is a good thing because while i'm good at maps i'm REALLY bad at finding my way around - less than zero sense of direction.

I remain, as always YrLyl&ObdntSrvnt,


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