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  1. #11
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    Post I95 Caches

    I used Mapsource to create a route from Caribou to Agusta, saved it as a GPX file and then used it as a file in GSAK for arc/poly input. The resulting file was then saved. I dont know to show it here and have sent it to you as an email. I hope it helps.




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    Wish you could do that with Delorme Steet Atlas handheld, I need a tutorial on how do that with my setup.
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    Default Casey Cache

    Caseys Cache is just off I95 in Bangor, Hogan Rd exit. Very handy to Sams and Dennys if you're stopping at either of them.

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    Thanks. I did the two near the Civic Center in Augusta. Must have walked in total 1.2 miles. It was fun though.. just hot! I wasn't wearing shorts either...

    Big event went on here this weekend... at the augusta civic center trails... arts and crafts? What was that all about? I tried to be sneaky and picked up some trash on the way out... Thanks again for your help on my trip. Two caches... it better then none... and I got to try out my new Garmin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabby
    I used Mapsource to create a route from Caribou to Agusta, saved it as a GPX file and then used it as a file in GSAK for arc/poly input. The resulting file was then saved. I dont know to show it here and have sent it to you as an email. I hope it helps.
    Thats.. I just don't have mapsource on my comp right now and didn't get it in time anyway... BUT THANK YOU!
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    Thanks. I did the two near the Civic Center in Augusta. Must have walked in total 1.2 miles. It was fun though.. just hot! I wasn't wearing shorts either...

    Big event went on here this weekend... at the augusta civic center trails... arts and crafts? What was that all about? I tried to be sneaky and picked up some trash on the way out... Thanks again for your help on my trip. Two caches... it better then none... and I got to try out my new Garmin!
    And it was my two caches to boot!! I'm glad you had fun... the caches may not be hard to find, but the pathway to them is really nice...

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    Yep, sure was!! Great time. Thanks.
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    If you have waypoints shown on your GPS maps, you'll see as you go by that there are quite a few of the "rest-stop-and-grab" caches along I95 - one of which was noted above (that one and another nearby cache are in the southbound lane though).



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