Re: HAVE ALL THE NORTH AUSTIN GEOCACHERS FALLEN OFF THE FACE OF THE E ARTH?????
- I would also have to add to save up your money and get the best GPS
you can at the time. Better to spend once then get one and rapidly
begin wanting an upgrade. Everyone has their preferences and many
prefer and love the low end ones. Check out as many as you can when
you run into cachers to get a feel for them. Many of the newer ones
have features that are a godsend. I and many others can tell you
tales of being trapped in houseing developments because the streets
don't go all the way through or there are large barracades blocking
the way between seperate housing groups. Just because it looks like
the road goes all the way through on the map does not mean it does
and those mapping gps units can help with that. Also I like the
digital compasses so that you do not have to be moving to get a
direction for the cache.
James and Wendy
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