Survival Maps and GPS

“I’ll bet these shelves are for your survival bunker, right Duano?” Bill asked as he turned around to face Duane.

“I wouldn’t call it a bunker,” said Duane, “but, yes, we’ll store a few things meant for survival.”

“Diane gave up the elaborate plans for down here in the basement?”

“Yes, but we haven’t exactly figured out what we’re going to do instead,” Duane said. “Maybe a guest bedroom or two. Things are kind of up in the air with the other changes we’ve had to make around here, like taking the kids out of school to home school them.”

“Still thinking of going camping this year?” Bill asked.

“Oh, sure. We haven’t given up that idea,” Duane said. “Know where a guy could find a GPS unit?”

“Sure thing,” Bill said. “I may not be into the survival thing, but a guy could always make use of a GPS and some maps. They can come in mighty handy. Bass Pro Shop has all kinds of GPS units. They’ve even got digital topographical maps.”

“Topographical maps?” said Duane.

“Yeah. Looks like you need to bone up on maps, Bill said. “Topographical maps give you an in depth look at the landscape and its contours.”

“Sounds like maybe you’re getting into this survival stuff after all.”

“Oh, I don’t know,” Bill said. “It’s just a good idea for anybody to know how to read a map.”

“You said Bass Pro has GPS units?” asked Duane.

“Click on their banner at that DestinySurvival site and type GPS in the search box, and you’ll see them. Or type in maps if you want to see their selection of those.”

 

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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.