Beach erosion on Isla Mujeres in two photos
Five years ago, I snapped a pic with my phone and recorded the GPS coordinates on the beach: koogmo.com/?p=3429 Look at where those same coordinates are today: https://www.google.com/maps/place/21%C2%B015’30.5%22N+86%C2%B045’09.9%22Wfirstname.lastname@example.org,-86.7527466,139m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d21.2584722!4d-86.75275
Google Map of a 5.6 mile walk I took through Playa del Carmen. Completed in just under 2 hours. End at the beach and dive into the water.
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turtle in the mud
Came across this little guy in the mud while hiking around the Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas, Texas. Here are a few GPS coordinates that I uploaded to Google Maps: View Trinity River Audubon Center in a larger map
Using Google Maps to record trip data
Here’s a cool little Google Maps trick that I recently discovered: You can create a custom map containing specific places you visited. Used in conjunction with a GPS receiver, it’s an excellent way to record trip data for future reference or for sharing with others. I entered the GPS coordinates I recorded during our latest […]
half-assed product review: GSSport GH-561 Boomerang GPS Device
A quick, six-minute review of the GSSport GH-561 Boomerang GPS device, where I show the device powering on and describe how to save a waypoint. In a nutshell: — Device powers on to the compass. This needlessly drains the battery, and there should be a way to disable it. — The lanyard should be relocated […]