Join Date: May 2019
Location: Travel full time
I spent 24yrs working for the electric company in NH, and 8yrs working in eastern PA. There are lots of nice rides any where one is, just need to get off the beaten path. I did have the Harley at those times, and the KLR, would have been better suited for the rough roads.
For the GPS, I have a hand held garman, handle bar mounted, it can run off power or 2 aa batts. My eye sight isn't quite as nice as it was, so the little screen is little. But, thank goodness one can program, it to do things like point and turn in this far. Ill look on a map, or google maps, and get out the gps, and do point and mark roads, works great for me. I stink at maps, and get lost very easy.
It really comes in handy, when I want to go around a big city when traveling, as the phone wont let me tell it what to do.
One thing we don't take the time to do, as much as we should, is hit attractions, on the gps, where one is, its amazing the places I have seen/found just down that small road, I wouldn't have went down.