Here’s the scenario: it’s summer and for whatever reason, you decided to go for a hike. You grab your daypack, toss in a Cliff bar, some wet wipes and a bottle of water. On the way out the door, you grab your cell. You don’t bother with a compass because you have no idea how to use one, and even if you did, who needs a compass when you have a cell phone.
You make it to the park, find a trail and start walking. Something catches your eye. Maybe it’s some hot little jogger, maybe it’s Big Foot, it doesn’t really matter- what matters is that you ditch the trail.
The freedom is intoxicating. You are out in nature and loving every minute of it. But then your feet start to hurt, which is your body’s way of telling you that it is time to head back to the house.
One problem, you don’t know where you are.
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