Do you own any paper maps?
I have to have them in my airplane to fly it's the law
I used to have many paper maps but I haven't seen them in ages. I honestly don't know where then are. But I'm an AAA member so I can order any maps I may ever need overnight. For now GPS and Google Maps are getting the job done quite well.
More USGS Quadrangles than I know what to do with.
Have you ever had your GPS die when you were in the middle of who knows where?
Its one thing following a map. It's another figuring out where you are if you weren't following along.
Still have some maps from the '90s in my car. Wouldn't trust them at this point.
I don't use them though...
They are collecting dust.
Do my Pokemon maps count?
My kids have a toy treasure map - I think that counts.
I keep a map book of the metro area in my work truck for places that GPS can't find.
Atlas plus individual maps of all the states around Illinois, all in my car.
Does the Skyrim map count?
Hiking maps. Where no GPS can help you.
I got a map of San Francisco when I was there with the MUNI routes on it. Much more helpful than Google Maps, which told us to take Marin Transit.
I'm an old guy, I prefer paper
One of Boyle Heights!!
Paper is always better.
Topo maps for backpacking. I have many :)
I have never used a paper map to get anywhere. Although I did take geography in high school.
I think there are a few stuck in the back seat of the car... Maybe. I'm not really sure. We haven't used a paper map in years.
We still keep a US road map in the car.
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My 6yr was in a gas station and picked up a map, she asked what it was. When I told her, she said, why would anyone buy it when you can't even zoom in to see what you want to look at, and it doesn't even tell you directions.
I love reading maps! There's something magical a out them.. Dreaming of adventures or cultures and scenery.
Two big maps of my county and the neighbor county hanging in my office wall. It makes me look professional! Hahaha
Just the one on my wall. I love maps.
Folding maps, books of maps, atlases, a globe.
Yes I have a map of the nudist park. I've only ever left when I was drunk, and I got thrown- literally thrown- in jail.
I drive all over for work & despite having GPS & phone I still have city maps-overkill but I like knowing they are there.
Aviation sectionals, road atlases, and some surplus maps from old land nav exercises hanging in my room for decoration. I never used an electronic device to navigate anywhere and I have never gotten lost in my life.
A back-up in the car in case of tech failure...and a 5 foot aware map on my office wall of the area I live in.
Not anymore. My phone is it these days.
I have an Atlas and an old Texas road map from 1976. It's crazy how much different the state has changed since 1976
I may have an old Thomas Guide hanging around somewhere.
Quite a few, the one I used most recently was my trail map for the runs at Timberline this weekend while snowboarding.
I have an US atlas in the car.
A lot, keep some in the car.
"The road to a man's heart is through his liver."
That took me a few seconds to understand.
I spilled coffee on the us atlas in my car a couple months ago. Threw it away a doubt I will replace it.
I have 13 hanging on my bedroom walls right now, and another stack about a foot tall in my closet!
Several! I always have a US atlas in the car.
I have an old rand Mcnally highway map from before GPS was common or cheap.
Yep. But as a Geographer, it would be strange if I didn't huh? ;)
A lot. I have 7.5-minute quadrangle topo maps for the whole area, plus a collection of maps detailing specific trails, the Gazeteer for the state and a few US road atlases. GPSs are OK, but maps work just as well without signals or batteries.
I love maps. GPS is great but for learning the overall layout of an area, nothing beats a good map.
I have a Winter Park ski area map in my pocket right now
I have a map of westeros if that counts