Some years ago I bought a Garmin E-Trex GPS handheld device. The main reason originally was to use it as a speed indicator for the boat, until I realised that the ordinary car satnav would work just as well in that role.
It has many display options, not just speed. It gives average speed, distance covered, location and height, as well as times of sunrise and sunset etc.
One page gives a track of where it has been with a zoomable scale. In the photo below the width of the display represents 1.6 miles; the pattern indicates the various paths and roads we have walked recently. Our home is approximately in the centre.
I bought my Armond walking boots in a shop called Kyffin in Bangor, Gwynedd, in 1989. I was on attachment to the BBC there at the time, and wanted something sturdy and reliable so I could do some serious walking in Snowdonia.
As well as the boots the box they came in has somehow lasted down the years. But not the receipt. I seem to remember they cost in the region of £100 which, with inflation, would be £250 today. (I think you'd struggle to spend that much on a pair of walking boots, though.)
But they have been uncomfortable - until this week, that is. My left ankle bone always rubbed and felt bruised. On our latest lockdown walks I have persisted with the boots as they keep my feet warm and dry in all conditions - and a couple of days ago I realised they didn't hurt anymore. Hooray! After 31 years they are broken in at last.
I searched online for the shop where I bought the boots, but Kyffin in Bangor now appears to be a vegetarian restaurant. And before you comment, yes, I know they need some more dubbin!