Well if the truth be told most of us folks don't completely know what we're doing either . . . especially us Magellan users.
Originally Posted by ten44ten32
On a serious note . . . ask away if you have questions. We all started out and believe you me, we all had to learn as we went and we all had questions. I've told this many a time, but I can't tell you how I used to try lining up the latitude and longitude on the GPS instead of using the "go to" feature . . . I looked like some demented person taking two steps foward, three steps to the left, one step backwards, four more steps forward . . . and so on and so forth.
You've got at least one cacher in your area that has put out some good caches . . . unfortunately the last I knew one of my favorite multi-caches at the bridge and fort was OOS.
Incidentally, you don't happen to know Clyde Bernhardt do you? I realize this is probably a stupid question since it seems as though Clyde is known pretty much everywhere in Maine for some reason.
Incidentally, the cache Hiram is referring to is my Multi in a Mile . . . and a Half cache in Unity. It features a little bit of every type of cache (micro, regular sized, multi, puzzles, etc.)
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