A handheld GPS will be in the truck, thanks to Bill O.
It is stunningly wonderful. The instructions, however, are daunting. Learning to use it will be a wonderful entertainment factor/time occupier/goal setter.
Until the Garmin is understood, a collection of paper maps will be the guides.
As you can tell from the map selection, I will be heading out west, where there is lots of federally owned land.
On top of the manila envelope is a fresnel lens. I now need magnification when looking for tiny forest service road numbers. It can also light a fire. (I am trying not to carry any single use items.)
What do you use while traveling nowadays?