Hello HealthyEI -
A lot of use Google Maps to track our walk. I personally go into Google Maps and put my ending location in so that it pops up a map and then I ask for directions and put my starting location in. Then I post my mileage each day that I walk and do some simple subtraction to figure out where I am. I find that with google maps you can move the starting location along the map to sort of match where you are. Hope this helps. I'm also hoping that FINFIN2 (Kevin) responds as well, as he is the king of google maps and I think he's posted some advice here on this site somewhere about how he uses it.
If you don't want to have the overhead of tracking your route, consider joining several of us in the Challenge Walks forum. This month we are walking to Truth or Consequences New Mexico. We'll pick a different destination in December. We make several different length walks available. I like walking with the group for mutual support and Kevin posts good pictures.
Mad Woman in Sneakers
"To insure good health: Eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life."
- William Londen