It was very windy today, and I didn't feel like doing much of anything so I didn't go outside much at all. I took care of some Internet banking, and cleaned up the Arctic Fox a little, but mostly worked on a Garmin GPS that I bought before I went full-time, getting it ready to install.
It's a Garmin RV 760 that is designed for RVs and has a lot of cool features that are designed to help us RVers make it to our next campsite, Such as, you can put your RVs length, height, weight, and width into it and in theory it will keep you off of the roads, bridges, and tunnels where you won't fit. Now I've been doing that myself without the help of an RV GPS for years but it will be interesting to see if that actually works.
I've had a normal GPS that came with my truck but it's getting pretty old and the maps are way out of date. They will sell me updated maps but they want almost as much as a new GPS would cost, so I think I will just use that one as a backup and the new Garman as my primary GPS.
I hooked it up to my computer, and using Garmans software I updated the GPS. I didn't update the maps because that was a 5.5 gig download and would have wiped out my Verizon data. So I will have to wait till I get closer to civilization and can get a Wi-Fi signal before I can upgrade the maps.