Re: Free T2-301, GPS and more for someone in the Arkansas area
- I suspect it is closer to 29 as well, just given the 10 previous beacons. It was traveling east and then started to curve west so I think it was probably continuing in that direction, possibly even on the west side of 29.
I posted on a few geocaching sites hoping those folks might want to take up the adventure (no bites yet though). Most of the states have a dedicated site so you could try on the Alabama one.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, James Ewen <ve6srv@...> wrote:
> On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 12:11 PM, pb648174 <yahoo@...> wrote:
> > Yes, if you see the info at http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/1/3166/ there
> > is quite a bit more info.
> You'll probably find it a little closer to Highway 29 if the ground
> winds were consistent with the launch location. The landing area was
> quite a distance from the launch area, so there could be quite a
> difference in the lower winds.
> Looks like you had a lot of problems with the GPS lock as well as the
> low fill volume...
> Anyone want to wander around a pasture near Hanna, AB? There's a
> Pocket Tracker of mine laying out there as well... 4 hours drive from
> home that the recovery crew couldn't find.