From:
"Richard Amirault" <ramirault@erols.com>
Sent: 1/19/2001 9:06:39 PM
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Re: [gpsstash] newbie question


Well, the "waypoint" is the lat/lon that is given on the page. The name
given (GC117) is a unique name that you *could* use for that waypoint. You
don't have to use that name. However many GPS units have a limit of 6
characters for a waypoint name. Jeremy has figured out how to give each
cache a unique six character name.

Richard Amirault N1JDU Boston,
MA, USA
www.erols.com/ramirault "Go Fly A Kite"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Doyle"
Subject: [gpsstash] newbie question


> On the cache pages, there is a line that says "Use Waypoint: GC117" or
someother combination of letters and numbers. From where do these waypoints
come? Is there a great list actually listing the coordinates of each of
these waypoints?