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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    If you don't mind... I have looked it all over again and haven't found any spelling erorrs, even with microsoft word editing... a little help appriciated.

    Home page:

    1. Fourth line: new, not knew
    2. Sixth line: I'd, not I

    Geocaching History:

    1. Ninth line: defiantly, not definitely (JUST KIDDING!!!)

    Pictures:

    1. Ammo Geocache: ingredients, not ingrediants
    2. Waypoints on a GPS: coords, not cords

    (Just a cursory check - probably more...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    If you don't mind... I have looked it all over again and haven't found any spelling erorrs, even with microsoft word editing... a little help appriciated.

    appreciated.....LOL

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    Thanks... considered how its being graded Wednesday.
    Jordan
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    If you don't mind... I have looked it all over again and haven't found any spelling erorrs, even with microsoft word editing... a little help appriciated.
    Don't count on Microsoft! LOL!

    Consider:

    Two, to, and too.
    Where and wear
    Right, wright and write
    Night and knight
    Dew, due, do and doo(-doo)

    and so on...

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    This website is dedicated to Geocacher's in Northern Maine. should be geocachers. Please visit my Photo Album.(needs a period here - and a space) Here you can look at geocaching pictures from caches to GPS's and everything above. should be GPSs
    "life is short...make a mess of it!"

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    Actually, it should be GPSr's, not GPS's.

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    Really... why GPSr's? Whats the R for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Don't count on Microsoft! LOL!

    Consider:

    Two, to, and too.
    Where and wear
    Right, wright and write
    Night and knight
    Dew, due, do and doo(-doo)

    and so on...
    I should go to second grade for the day tomorrow.

    What about Hare and Hair?
    Steal and Steel?
    Break and Brake?
    Bail and Bale?
    Bait and Bate?

    Oh hell, I will just re-do the website!
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    GPS is Global Positioning System. It refers to the entire system, Including the satellites, WAAS, LAAS, and other transmitters, and also includes the "r", the receivers which we use to find caches. GPS is a commonly accepted term for the receiver, but GPSr is from what I have been told the correct term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    I should go to second grade for the day tomorrow.

    What about Hare and Hair?
    Steal and Steel?
    Break and Brake?
    Bail and Bale?
    Bait and Bate?

    Oh hell, I will just re-do the website!
    When in doubt, use a synonym so you know you are right. So, use rabbet for hare and you can't go wrong!

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