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  • Some of us are afraid of monsters. And the dark. And high places. And Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my. And flying monkeys. --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Candy Lind" wrote: > > Speaking of the MONSTER, how come more of you ''experienced'' cachers > have not taken on that challenge? It won't hurt your ''numbers'' that > badly, if you'll just plan your cache trips where you...
    Lowracer Feb 28, 2007
  • ...or M16???? It was one of those M's….. > > M14 was in McKinney. I am guesstimating based on the location of the > dummy coords. lowracer's exit from GC was prior to my joining up and > getting hooked. > > Sadly, the M14 cache page is empty, so I have no idea how kooky...
    Lowracer Jan 23, 2007
  • ...in a span of about 4 hours. Great buncha cachers up here. If you haven't cached Wichita, you are really missing out. -mark aka lowracer --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "uecker" wrote: > > The Hugh Jass one is very close to Mckinney Falls SP. Its a Terracache now...
    Lowracer Jan 23, 2007
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  • That's right, it was M14 that was in McKinney Falls SP, not M15. I picked that one up myself. --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Rich and Di Michelson" wrote: > > Nope, not M15, that was in Steiner Ranch.
    Lowracer Jan 23, 2007
  • Congratulations! --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "BlazerMan" wrote: > > BlazerMan and The Queen of Everything are proud to announce the arrival > of our new superhero: Garmin The Boy Blazin' > > http://tinyurl.com/yowh5y >
    Lowracer Jan 18, 2007
  • I thought the customary practice on this group was to celebrate hundred-level milestones up to and until the thousand mark, and then from there on only celebrate subsequent thousand-level milestones. So for instance we'd celebrate 100, 200, 300, ... up to 1000, then celebrate 2000, 3000, ... etc, and not 1100, 1200, and so on. This was to prevent this yahoo group from overflowing...
    Lowracer Jan 13, 2007
  • I can vouch for caching after parenthood. Caching's better when you bring the kids! Baby Lowracer's first cache find: http://tinyurl.com/ymfbmd --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Perrine, Julie" wrote: > > See, there IS caching after marriage! Now let's see if there's caching > after parenthood.....
    Lowracer Jan 3, 2007
  • Thanks. That's got me closer than I was before, but when I do that I get an error... I think I'll try the gpsbabel mailing list. Thanks again! gpsbabel -i gpx -f 669026.gpx -o garmin -F usb: [ERROR] Send_Waypoint: Unknown waypoint protocol GARMIN:communication error sending wayoints.. --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Renee" wrote: > > Ummmm. OK, I'll get right on that...
    Lowracer Dec 15, 2006
  • Anyone know how to use GPSBabel to read from a GC.com PQ GPX file and write directly to a Garmin 60CSX via USB on Linux? Didn't we used to have a GPSBabel expert on this group at one time?
    Lowracer Dec 14, 2006
  • Howdy, just join up at Terracaching and you'll have offers of sponsorship in no time at all, you don't need to know anyone there personally. There are quite a few terracaches in Austin for you to find once you get signed up. --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Roderick W. Chandler" wrote: > > I just started using my GPS12 for geocaching. I went to the > Terracaching site but...
    Lowracer Sep 10, 2006