posted on Nov, 9 2009 @ 11:24 PM
reply to post by ImaginaryReality1984
When you have 20 people running around with their GPS's documenting everything from landmarks to soil PH you could imagine how quickly the
information contained on A satellite map (hard copied 20x) builds up.
Doing permaculture on five acres is a lot different from doing it on 360 acres.
Having the capacity to update bug out routes,local landmarks and resources on A monthly basis leads to some greatly detailed hard copies for a variety
When your caching various supplies it can be a godsend to be able to locate them.Your statement about GPS is not valid unless the satellites are not
working or you lose your hand crank.In A SHTF situations,I want to be able to locate that stash of mountain Bikes and supporting buckets.(maps
What happens when you only hard copy isn't there. do you have some placed elsewhere.You realize that if you know where those mushrooms are others
might as well.I'm not saying that your maps are not viable,I think your not fully realizing the wisdom of mapping resources in your surrounding area.