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    I am looking for US Topo if anyone is looking to get rid of theirs.

    LWA11

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwa11
    I am looking for US Topo if anyone is looking to get rid of theirs.

    LWA11
    I know where you can get a 60c with it already installed

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    lol...I bet ya do.

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    are you looking for it to run on your computer? or on your gpsr? or on a palm?
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    are you looking for it to run on your computer? or on your gpsr? or on a palm?
    The topo that runs on your gps it will also run on the pc.

    Come on Hiram try to keep up

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976
    The topo that runs on your gps it will also run on the pc.

    Come on Hiram try to keep up
    gimme a break, i can't even load waypoints on my GPS without boggin it down... i have no idea about the compatiblity issues with these fancy things you high rollers carry around in the woods.
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    that is the one I am looking at.... I am wary of the EBay ones. I think 3.02 is the latest version of it.

    Just would like ot have some elevation idea if I am on a trail... or maybe know how close I am to the top of a mountain... lol I guess that could be inspirational or dejecting... lol

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    I use mapsource topo now, and I just started to look at the elevation lines. We chose topo because it was the only one we knew of when we bought our gpsr. I just got a 2004 Street Atlas USA to try out because I am lousy with directions. Does anyone know if this version is worth the try or should I go straight to the 2006? GSAK gets added tonight..

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    Quote Originally Posted by FuddsGirls
    I use mapsource topo now, and I just started to look at the elevation lines. We chose topo because it was the only one we knew of when we bought our gpsr. I just got a 2004 Street Atlas USA to try out because I am lousy with directions. Does anyone know if this version is worth the try or should I go straight to the 2006? GSAK gets added tonight..
    Garmin City Select might be a better choice than Street Atlas even though it is more expensive. You can upload the maps from City Select to your GPSr and take advantage of the auto-routing capabilities of your 76cs. City Select can also be used on your computer to plan routes and manage waypoints.

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