Reblog for Anyone Who Cussed Out Their GPS

Real old school sense of direction meant reading a map.   No , not the gas station road map.  Not the atlas where every state gets its own page.  But the world on vellum.  Feast your eyes people.

http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/7-gorgeous-sea-maps-from-the-age-of-exploration?utm_source=Atlas+Obscura&utm_campaign=477d08f842-Newsletter_07_04_20158_3_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_62ba9246c0-477d08f842-60609717&ct=t(Newsletter_07_04_20158_3_2015)&mc_cid=477d08f842&mc_eid=4a70697cd0

3 thoughts on “Reblog for Anyone Who Cussed Out Their GPS

  1. Good article. I always messed up my maps when in school. In life, by the time I needed maps GPS was the way better solution everywhere. Now I need my GPS, and I’m good to go. Although, it had disappointed me several times but I got home safe one way or another.

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    1. I’m one of those weird people who uses maps. When traveling I pick up on unique places that the GPS couldn’t find anyway. Of course, being the one who drives I have to remember the whole route. Sometimes the map getting a good workout

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