Hopefully I'm posting in the correct location. I recently bought a copy of Garmin City Maps for my Garmin Montana 610. It hasn't arrived yet. My goal was to not have to depend on cell signals needed for my smart phone GPS app when navigating authorized roadways between Hatfield & McCoy trails. I would have preferred to get the Streets software on a CD but the deal was good enough to make me get it in an SD card.
I currently have an SD card in my 610. I had to add it to have enough space to download my one year free subscription to Birds Eye View. My dilemma is what is the best way to handle this.
1. Load the Streets software on a larger capacity SD card which would leave room for Birds Eye View, and possibly Garmin's 24K SE US topo software that I may add in the future to get point by point directions.
2. Load the Streets software on the 610, assuming there is room.
I obviously don't want to swap cards back and forth. I am assuming I can move the software off the card, and that there are no restrictions build in. I am very comfortable with computer file management but I welcome any recommendations that you feel might be the best way to do this.
BTW, on a semi-unrelated note, I used BobT's WV trails map on Hatfield & McCoy's Pocahontas, Indian Ridge, and Pinnacle Creek trail connectors two weekends ago. They worked well and are far more competent than me, the user. I learned a few things along the way, like if two trails run parallel very close together it would be wise to zoom in so as not to make them look like one trail.