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  • Good point, Julie. Here's a litle more info. The cache was in good shape inside and out. The last log entry was for July 3rd. I found it right in the middle of the trail and when I got home I see that it was about 200' from the listed coordinates. It's well hidden now but I do not know if the rangers are going to want it there permanently or if they will want it back in it's...
    Lou Catozzi Aug 8, 2005
  • This past weekend I went caching and hiking in Sam Houston National Forest and Huntsville State Park. I had a great time exploring and caching in that area. I started home a little earlier than I had planned so as I drove home I detoured north to Granger Lake. I knew there is a cache there along the Comanche Bluff Trail but I did not have the coordinates loaded in my GPSr at the...
    Lou Catozzi Aug 8, 2005
  • The waypoint is 30N 23.937 by 097W 41.332. I have wondered about the marker myself but have not taken the time to track down any info on it. I have just about finished mapping all the trails in this park and I have not seen any other markers like it but they could be off trail in the brush somewhere, I suppose. Lou Rich and Di wrote: > I ditched work today and we went to clean out...
    Lou Catozzi Apr 15, 2005
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  • I have not received my new 60CS yet but I understand that the basemap that comes with it is basically useless - you can find Dallas but don't even think of trying to find the Dallas Zoo, for example. Which MapSource CD's do you all recommend that I get for Central Texas goecaching and general automotive navigation? Lou AKA TxHiPowr
    Lou Catozzi Apr 5, 2005
  • ...the GPSMAP 60CS is $435.95 before the > rebates. Order online and there is no sales tax and UPS ground > shipping is free. > > TxHiPowr > > > > > > > *Yahoo! Groups Links* > > • To visit your group on the web, go to: > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CentralTexasGeocachers...
    Lou Catozzi Apr 4, 2005
  • GPSExplorer.com is doubling Garmin's $50 rebate for ordered placed during April. Their price for the GPSMAP 60CS is $435.95 before the rebates. Order online and there is no sales tax and UPS ground shipping is free. TxHiPowr
    Lou Catozzi Apr 4, 2005
  • This is not the same section of trail. BTW - I've been out the the Outlaw Bonus recently and the trail is high and dry the entire way - unless you are approaching from the south side of the lake :+) I've received mail from Alyson. I don't have the "meet at X at Y:00 o'clock" figured out yet. Will post and email soon with more details. Lou Candy Lind wrote: >I think you are talking...
    Lou Catozzi Dec 27, 2004
  • ...this route already and I plan to place at least one more tomorrow. Anyone interested and available? Please respond via email to txhipowr @austin.rr.com Lou
    Lou Catozzi Dec 27, 2004
  • Hi Mike, For me a cache is a cache is a cache. I like the gc.com website for it's features and for the caches that are listed there and for the people I have met because the website and the caches are there. I also like what I see at tc.com. I see a place for both and I wish success to both. If gc.com goes the way of Betamax, so be it. All websites live and die by the quality of...
    Lou Catozzi Dec 20, 2004
  • ...have a whole new series of caches in mind as well as the > continuation of the Austin Classics Series. What say you? > > Lou AKA > TxHiPowr >
    Lou Catozzi Dec 20, 2004