I liked that article. Having done multiple cross country trips myself, the advice seems to be pretty much spot on.
A combination of paper maps and GPS works best for me. When I stop for fuel, I'll go ahead and look at a paper map to find the next way point. Then, I let the GPS get me there.
I've found that the GPS will often take you down roads you never would have found/tried if you were just using a paper map. Another advantage is that when you see a nice road, just go ahead and make the turn and let the GPS reroute you. I've found many nice routes over the years with this approach.
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