I drove eighteen wheelers for two years all over the lower 48. I found, to my supreme irritation, that I had a terrible tendency to turn left just short of my drops. I did this even when the GPS insisted that I don't, that I keep to the course and trust the all seeing eye. I rarely did, even knowing my tendency to make each drop more difficult through trying to backtrack after the premature turn. I have since adopted this model for my life theme. I always freak out and turn left just short of what I want. I usually come back to it, but it often takes a tremendous amount of effort to find my way back to the path. I don't understand it. I feel like I have missed out on soooo much by doing the over and over again. I find myself in such a pickle right now. Why didn't I just keep going????