Boy, was I wrong. It makes a difference to be on windy mountain roads where you can’t go 65. It also makes a difference if you take the wrong road at an intersection. I guess that technically I as navigator deserve the blame for that one, but the state of Colorado (and the Enterprise map people) were really not doing their job. It’s not like the map had the road numbers marked and it’s not like the state had signs at the forks in the road announcing where the east fork and the west fork would take you, respectively.
Hmm. Maybe I am the problem, not the map. Read the rest of the story of my trip to Colorado with Harpo here.