Am I blind or has no one asked yet when the new 2020.20 map update will come around?
OK It's June 2nd.... Which comes first---- Page 3 or the Map Update?????
So, I am going for page 4.
I'm glad this gives you retired old farts something to do.
Something to do?
I've got plenty of things to do. I just need the energy to do them?
Wish it were soon.
I am retired and always something to do. Either I am building a scratch model in 1/50 scale the Delta Queen river boat or exercising either arm on one of my body parts. Once retired a person can do whatever he/she pleases.
The 2018 mid-year update, 2019.20, was 147 days after the prior update. 147 days from the January 2019 update, 2020.10, will be June 26th. That's a Wednesday, the day of the week most have been released.
I won't be surprised if isn't released until then or close to then.
I'm curious why Tim at gpsreview predicted May 22nd.
It's either post about new maps, or work on the VHS Tape I just received that needs Noise Reduction, Color Correction (White balance went green!) and archiving to DVD!)
It's simpler to post about new maps!!! !
I'm guessing it will be page 7.
Still looking for an excuse to delay starting the VHS archive project.
Another Monday, another week closer to CN NA 2020.20
close but, we are only on page 3, probably need more pages.
I will help to get to a new page
It will be here soon enough.
it's the dog's fault
I predict it will be released when it is released
Soon be page 4
soon kids soon and that's a fact !
soon kids soon and that's a fact !
It will be released when it does.
three wheels on my wagon and im just rolling along the Cherokee are after me arrows fly right on by but im singing a happy song ! how did the pioneers find anything with a GPS ?
Paging Page 4.
Garmin! You asleep? Wake up!
Been away on vacation for a week, the new updates usually turn up when I go away but not this time.
Typical upgrade to GE too ..... gotta be!
GE 18.104.22.168, but no map update!
I know this thread is essentially silliness, but now that CN EU 2020.10 has been released according to sussamb, our friend across the big pond, in a couple of weeks we can seriously start watching for CN NA 2020.20
Garmin has eight days till we leave.
We do have an in-dash TomTom, but don't trust it for a long trip into "unexplored" country.
I'm sure that all roads that need to be known about the Grand Canyon are known.
Enjoy the North Rim, it is fantastic. The drive down 67 from Jacob Lake is so nice. You should see plenty of Bison. Take your time. As strange as this sounds, thunderstorms were spectacular. We were there during passing thunder storms, and it was amazing. Elevation is around 9,500 ft, so you are up there with the weather. Also, seeing passing storms in the distance was quite a perspective. It could have been nice and sunny, but we watched and heard the passing storms way off in the distance.
We are going to make it a "high class" trip. The night sky there should really be spectacular. As you note, the roads within the Grand Canyon will be known. My concern with the in-dash TomTom are all the other roads before one even gets to the Grand Canyon.
Any nav system should be good with interstates to get you across to Arizona. My wife and I took I-40, from AZ to I-81, pretty nice. Might I recommend that you stop by the Petrified Forest National Park, right off I-40. It was educational. There was certainly a very impressive forest there at some point in time.
Not until late in the last week of June or early July.
My concern with the in-dash TomTom are all the other roads before one even gets to the Grand Canyon.
You know you can download HERE, or Google maps to your phone, and use them offline, right? No data required.
the roads haven't changed much to the Grand Canyon over the years so I wouldn't worry needing about new maps there, the only place I would worry is getting there from out of state through large towns.
and a new map soon!
Soon, very soon.
Soon to be page 4
to get to page 4.
I'll do my part too!
Another Monday, another week closer to 2020.20
Go to page 4,haha
Any day now...
Still on page 3?
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