A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: John D. Howard
Date: 2015 Oct 5, 14:26 -0700
My main problem is I do not have internet at home. Our library is open 3 days a week and half a day on saturday. I can be on the computer only one hour if someone is waiting. I am in the habit of finding a web page or document and instead of reading it then and there I will save to a flash drive and read at home. The folks on Nav List often attach documents and manuals, etc that I can save and read and refere to at home. Gary LaPook is very good at that - thanks.
There are all sorts of on-line nav resources but I usually must write my own programs in Basic to work at home. I do not print out much as I read off my computer or tablet.
I have read many pages of the Mystic Seaport log books but to save one page at a time takes a lot of time.