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    Remember the best gps in the world is only as accurate as the gps that was used to place the cache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976 View Post
    Remember the best gps in the world is only as accurate as the gps that was used to place the cache.
    No, no, No! That's what GREAT about the Garmin 60csx - it figures out that the original coordinates are crappy, and guides you right to the cache in spite of the crappy coordinates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    No, no, No! That's what GREAT about the Garmin 60csx - it figures out that the original coordinates are crappy, and guides you right to the cache in spite of the crappy coordinates!
    unless it's hollora's garmin. my magellan will say 6 miles to the cache, hers will say 73 miles to the cache. but hollora always remains positive - and keeps saying "it will catch up pretty soon!"
    "life is short...make a mess of it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by becket View Post
    unless it's hollora's garmin. my magellan will say 6 miles to the cache, hers will say 73 miles to the cache. but hollora always remains positive - and keeps saying "it will catch up pretty soon!"
    I was wondering how long it would be until someone mentioned Magellans! Incidentally, Becket you have got to get your hands on an Explorist . . . 9 times out of 10 they are just as good as the Meridian, but on more than one occasion I've found that they lock in on the coords better than the Meridian.

    P.S. I've missed hanging out with you guys on Fridays.
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    "Death is only one of many ways to die."

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    We missed you too Jake! And yes, the old Garmin catches up eventually. And so does the operator! LOL This past year has been such a great time. Thanks all for the memories!

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