Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Ground Zero location?
- Mary Beth,
Awesome! Glad that I was able to help you out on this one.
Solving the puzzles for me, at times, is as fun as finding
Hope you had a wonderful trip,
----- Original Message -----
> Your method for finding ground zero coords worked perfectly. I
> your coords for Lewsiton, Maine , did the math as directed on the
> cache page, walked 0.11 miles from my Mom's house, and there it
> (No snow this year unlike last year when there was 2 feet on the
> ground. Snow makes for nasty searching). So thanks for your help!
> Mary Beth
> --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, palbers@... wrote:
> > Mary Beth,
> > Find the zip code first for Lewiston, ME = 04240
> > Then, what I do is go into one of my notifications:
> > http://www.geocaching.com/notify/
> > Edit one of them and just put in the zip above and hit "go"
> > for the "look up postal code".
> > You will get back the coordinates:
> > N44 05.904 W070 11.172
> > Which is what geocaching.com uses for GZ for that zip code.
> > There are a couple other ways to look it up, but this seems to
> > be the easist to explain and pretty fast, especially if you already
> > have notifications configured. No need to hit the 'edit
> > button at the bottom, unless you are actually wanting to commit the
> > changes.
> > Best Regards,
> > -paul
> > HiDude_98
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > > I am going to Maine next week and want to do some caching. One
> > > mystery
> > > cache (http://tinyurl.com/y52qf7) says to "FIND THE GROUND
> > > COORDINATES FOR LEWISTON MAINE" and then you have to do some
> > > I
> > > know I should probably know this, but how do you find the GZ
> > > coords
> > > for a city or a zipcode?
> > > Mary Beth
> > > (emmy-n-sapphie)
> > >
> > >