|Yellowstone, MT - 2010|
"Believe you can and you're halfway there." ~ Theodore Roosevelt
I like driving and exploring. There is a sense of something wonderful when you get lost and find yourself back - at least find your way back from out of the boonies. Then again I never travel that far in the woods that I might hear Bangos.
But like most new people in a new area it's helpful to have tools to find new places & in some way having a destination is a good thing, plus you don't end up wasting gas.
Free Map Tools, is an online resource that enables visitors to easily and quickly use maps in order to measure, search and overlay mark-up elements on maps for a wide range of useful applications. Click on one of their Map Tools to find out more...
|Lighthouse somewhere in Oregon - 2010|
Another great tool is the website, Find Your Spot, where you can "take our fun online quiz We'll instantly provide you with a tailored list of the best cities and small towns that fit YOU. Compare the perfect hometowns and undiscovered havens that match your interests. Dig deeper with colorful reports, job listings, and more. It's fun & easy!"