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Thread: Almost Lost My GPS

  1. #11
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    I just bought a Garmin Foretrex, it straps to your wrist, it's small, lightweight, and has all the cool features of my GPS72

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    I got a clip on min, but I never use it, might be a good idea. Although I am always wearing my pager, my cell and sometimes my radio when I'm on call... whats one more thing around the belt...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    I got a clip on min, but I never use it, might be a good idea. Although I am always wearing my pager, my cell and sometimes my radio when I'm on call... whats one more thing around the belt...lol
    how do you fit between the trees with all the stuff strapped to you!?! it's no wonder why you fell, that's why happens when 500lbs of electronics tries to walk across soft land, gravity takes affect.

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    I know! I was kinda happy I was alone though, it wasn't fun slipping and slidding and the embarsement of falling.. but when I was searching alone for my GPS, thats the part the I could have used another set of eyes.
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    After reading about your great adventure, I may just cross the Four Falls off my list for next week.... I'm a bit of a klutz on easy terrain as it is.

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    Quite a trip from FL!

    It was fun though and a wonderful site. I haven't uploaded a pic yet, so I have to still log it. I would definitly reccomend it. Anyone can do it, but I wouldn't bring my grandmother down there with a little time, patience and good boots, your there.
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    There's things worse than losing a GPS...like a headlamp, right Jordan???

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    I lost something when I was 15 and am still looking for it.LOL

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    15????????

    Was that when you went to the Pentecostal Church!?!?!?!
    ~ Beach Comber ~

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    as a matter of fact BC you listen very well and yes that was the day. THe good old days


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