“A navigational device can help you avoid getting lost (saving precious gas); it can also find eateries and other landmarks along the way. It’s almost like having a fall colors tour guide.”
By “almost” I hope the writer means “not at all.”
Jonathan is equally bewildered by the stupidity of this article.
“It also repeats the canard that a GPS renders paper maps unnecessary: ‘A foldable map is cheaper and just as portable as a GPS device, but doesn’t tell you directions the way a GPS unit does.’ To me that’s like saying a compass renders a topo map obsolete.”