I bought my Street Pilot c330 by Garmin about two years ago. How did I live without it?
As a REALTOR(R), I know my area very well, I could give directions from my house or my office to just about any point A, but I don't always know the best/shortest/fastest way to get from point B to point C to point D, etc. Boy does the GPS help that!
About three months ago, I decided my GPS needed a name, hence, Hilda. Hilda speaks with a British Accent, and we get along pretty well - although she does get yelled at once in a while. Sometimes I like to totally ignore her and go my own way for a while.
I've learned many different shortcuts, but have I REALLY learned them? Hilda has become like a subliminal voice - I just listen and drive without really thinking about it.
I'm afraid I haven't really learned where she's taken me. I found myself once, getting to a house that I was meeting a client at, they called and said,
- "At the light, which way do I turn" I had no idea. I just drove there! I try to pay attention now.
I'm going out today to show a few houses - AHHHH my daughter borrowed Hilda to take her to SC this weekend! Can I still read a map? How much more time should I allow for that?
My husband likes to use Hilda sometimes, when his work takes him out of the 'normal' paths.
I feel that "naked" feeling, like something is missing without my friend, Hilda. I think I'm officially dependent on her, I have her talk to me even when I know where I'm going.