Boy I'm glad I bought that GPS for my wife for Christmas, lolJason,
I do recommend that you use a hand held GPS receiver. Knowing Latitude, Longitude, and Elevation are essential to set your location on the Heavens Above web site and in Stellarium. Plus, the time displayed on a GPS receiver comes from the atomic clocks carried on the GPS satellites which can be very useful when you need to know the exact time for your observations and photography.
I might have to see if I can get some shots of the moon tonight if it doesn't start snowing again and it stays clear. The last time I tried to shoot the moon I stupidly tried on a (almost) full moon using my late Fuji S5200. This is what I came up with by using 22 images to make an HDR: