Get yourself a GPS, go to Google Earth,
get a general idea????
of where property boundaries are, then stay away from them.
So if private property, that isn't posted, is in the middle of land that isn't owned, what general idea of where I'm at, should I be at?
First of all I think we've already established that land is owned by some entity, either person or government.
But let's say you're hunting state land, although you've already said that with your 45 acres you don't need to do this, but let's say that's what you're doing. And in the middle of all this state land is some private property, and you want to know how to get a general idea of where it is so you don't trespass.
Here's what you do, identify the property on plat maps (it will be there), go to Google Earth, get GPS coordinates or the general boundary area and stay away.
It's not hard to take a plat map, and using roads and other visable indicators, get a pretty good determination of where a property lies on Google Earth or some other mapping service.
If you don't have a GPS, it still shouldn't be a problem. Landmarks, topo maps, aerial maps, etc. are available that should easily keep you from trespassing if that is truly your goal. And since you do have internet access, those are all available to you.
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.”