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Old 01-05-2016, 08:56 PM   #15
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If you find an atlas that has shrugged, buy it!
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Old 01-06-2016, 06:29 AM   #16
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If you find an atlas that has shrugged, buy it!
Who is John Galt anyway, and what kind of trailer does he pull?
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Old 01-06-2016, 08:52 AM   #17
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Gilles: I use Basecamp, Mapsource and GSAK with any of my several Garmin (GPS) devices. but, my use is highly oriented to my Geocaching hobby. Yes, these mapping programs are tricky to learn; but the detailed (within a metre or so) up-to-date mapping is always appreciated, especially for 'off-road' geocaches (usually: in the bush, under a rock, or up a tree). Of course, roads, trails and highways, are included.
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I have several Atlas's as well as maps from AAA.

At an RV show last fall I picked up the National Geographic Road Atlas - Adventure Edition published 2013 for general trip planning.

Its large and the layout is easy to follow - making it easy to use/read. Spiral binding and heavy plastic cover & the pages that seem a bit heavier than other atlas's I have owned making it a bit more durable. I hope.

The front portion of the Atlas gives lots of info on 24 of the more popular National parks across NA as well as historical sites and 100 top recreation areas as picked by the editors of NG Adventure.

It will replace another large format atlas I keep in the trailer (pretty sure its a McNally) that has gotten a bit beat up from use and out of date.

Will still carry my GPS and more detailed maps from AAA if I know in advance where I might be heading.
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Old 01-07-2016, 03:46 PM   #19
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thanks everyone
I when to Walmart and got the Rand McNally 2016 one has a photo of Zion NP on it.
$6.97.
It is a start.
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