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Garmin GPSMAP 64st

Rugged, Full-featured Handheld with GPS, GLONASS and Wireless Connectivity. 2.6-inch sunlight-readable color screen. High-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver with quad helix antenna. Preloaded TOPO EU Recreation 100K maps plus a 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription. 3-axis compass with barometric altimeter. Wireless connectivity via Bluetooth® technology¹ or ANT+®.

GPSMAP 64st
GPSMAP 64st features a 2.6-inch sunlight-readable color screen and a high-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver with a quad helix antenna for superior reception. GPSMAP 64st includes a 3-axis electronic compass with barometric altimeter, wireless connectivity and preloaded TOPO EU Recreation 100K maps plus a 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription.

Explore the Terrain
The GPSMAP 64st comes with pre-loaded recreational maps from 44 European countries. The map data includes information about the road network (not navigable), forests, terrain contours, altitude, lakes and points of interest. The handheld has an extensive set of navigation functions, so you can rely on via points, tracks and routes to find your way off the beaten track and with TracBack you can safely find your way back.

Get Your Bearings
GPSMAP 64st has a built-in 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass, which shows your heading even when you’re standing still, without holding it level. Its barometric altimeter tracks changes in pressure to pinpoint your precise altitude, and you can even use it to plot barometric pressure over time, which can help you keep an eye on changing weather conditions.
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MoonBlog 9.6 gratitude & 5.1 perseverance

For many Moons now, I was looking to upgrade my guitar, having had 16 guitars (and one Bass guitar) in my life so far I was looking for something different.

I knew I wanted a certain shape that felt good to my own body holding it, but should also be of high quality and perhaps a looker too.

And this time, no matter the price… kinda…

Easily said, not so easy to find, and I have had my fair share of shitty guitars, mostly because of budget issues, and also because it takes a while for me to find out if I do like something, or if it simply does not work out. So after a few moons processing I end up buying a guitar, and then a few moons later it needs to go again.

Reading my MoonBlogs one can see I have an affection for PRS (Paul Reed Smith) guitars, most say because he makes guitars that sit somewhere in between Fender (Stratocaster) and Gibson (Les Paul), and while that may be true, what speaks to me, is his openness to share about his products, his own nerdiness in going all in in finding that tone through all the little components that make up a musical instrument, his factory, and so on.

Sure some of it is marketing, some of it is ego showiness, a little american sauce over it, but it’s good, I like it. I’ve learned a lot more about guitars and guitar making through investigating about their company and products, something that is much much harder to find out about with most other guitar making companies.

So I had a vague kind of wishlist of components, or elements that my next guitar should contain, where quality was probably the most important.
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