Re: [NUTS] Re: A little help for a newbie...
- TNX Mike... I will forward this msg to Bruce...I'm also going to send him the link for the event... Maybe you guys can talk then...BTW... I bought a PDA off eBay, & it should be here tomorrow... It's just an old Palm IIIx, but it's got 4mb... That should hold enough pages for me...Type at you again soon...And see you on the 16th...Jim----- Original Message -----From: EscapadesSent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 9:00 PMSubject: [NUTS] Re: A little help for a newbie...-We use a Magellan Sportrak Pro not a lot of difference except the
Pro has a little more memory for loading a larger map region. I
haven't seen any free maps, we have a CD from Magellan that has the
U.S. on it. The only problem is you can only store one map region.
We just went to Disneyland so I uploaded Orange county area, now I
need to upload our area back to it.
It has basemaps with major roads already on it but you need a CD to
get all the little streets too.
If he gets serious into geocaching a PocketPC comes in handy. We
use Mapopolis. I have all of California on it and it is easy to
select a route to go to and gives voice directions as well as
visuals once you connect a GPS to it.
Have him get a hold of me with any other questions on the Magellan.
Once you learn its features its a really nice GPS.
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jim Olson" <ka6aru@h...> wrote:
> Not me... But Bruce... He just got a Magellan SporTrak map
yesterday, & asked me if he could download maps to it, & where would
he go to get free maps?
> Anybody know... I'm a Garmin guy...
> TNX, Jim
> E-mail: ka6aru@h...
> Webpage: http://groups.msn.com/JimNaomiOlson
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