Without GPS, I can get lost. I like getting lost. It’s largely why I ride. But it’s the kind of lost where I still generally know where I am. That’s because, before I start riding, I look at a big piece of paper that has roads drawn all over it. It’s a miniature, pretend version of where I am, allowing me to plan. So being lost is relative. Being lost only means that the ride might be longer than I’d initially guessed. That’s generally a good thing. Basically, if someone hasn’t asked for my passport, I’m still in the USA. Beyond that, there’s not much I need to know.