I liked this story Marion, and would have liked to have seen his face if he actually looked at the phone and saw the map.
Just as a side, I wanted to let those (at least in the U.S.-don't know about elsewhere) know that if you have a cell phone stolen, and it is turned on, the phone can be "pinged" to send out a signal to your carrier to locate it. I should say that at least in Illinois it can. Now it may need some other crime to be involved such as being stolen FROM someone's person and not just lost or from a car. I work for a police dept and we had an employee have her purse taken from her while she was walking. Her phone was in her purse, turned on. We had the phone pinged which located a cell tower that it was near. It gave an approximate location which was a gas station, and the purse was located in the back seat of the thief's car. Part technology and part luck since the thief stopped at the gas station and wasn't moving down a road somewhere. He was very surprised that he was "discovered"
"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...
it's about learning how to dance in the rain."