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"Richard Simpson\(141\)" <rsimpson@141.com>
Sent: 2/6/2003 1:30:34 PM
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Re: [gpsstash] New member


My experience has been that all GPSs are equally accurate and they only vary in their ability to get a "lock" on sattelites under marginal conditions and the availability of a myriad of features that make it easier to see where you have been. Imagination and skill are fine for the more advanced caches, but persistence is all you need for the more basic ones.

Rick Simpson
Romney WV
----- Original Message -----
From: Dennis Gibson
To: gpsstash@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 9:57 PM
Subject: [gpsstash] New member


Greetings to all. I found out about geocaching today while reading
the February issue of Discover magazine in my doctor's office. I have
a very primitive GPS; the Magellan Pioneer, which I got for Christmas
awhile back and have not used very much. Is it sufficient to
participate in this, or is the equipment not as important as the
imagination and skill of the user?

Dennis
Santa Barbara, CA



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