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    Default Posting caches to Google World Map

    I just opened up Google world to get the map for the bird count I am doing tomorrow. There are a lot of caches on there, but I have done them. Is there an easy way to incorporate found caches into GE? TY Dufzor (GeoK9 knows how but she's not telling!)

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    Wow, no words of wisdom...

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    You can import GPX files directly into Google Earth. I've been re-installing Windows for a few days so I don't have it installed to explain the exact steps, but it should be right in one of the menus. I think it might be as simple as File... Open and changing the files of type to GPX in the dialog box.

    You can export a filtered GPX list from GSAK, so you can use that to import found, unfound, low terrain, or any other types desired...
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    TY!
    I will give it a go!

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