From:
"mrcspen <mrcspen@netscape.net>" <mrcspen@netscape.net>
Sent: 2/7/2003 8:35:05 PM
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Re: Hey there.


Thanks to all for responding. Most of the navigational aids are for
offroading deep in AZ. Didn't know if I was over or under prepared for
this. And thanks for the link to az.geocaching. I looked through their
site, downloaded waypoint maps and got a pretty good idea of what its
all about. I plan to lose my geocaching virginity tomorrow. Once again
thanks to all.

--- In gpsstash@yahoogroups.com, Jason Poulter wrote:
> check out http://www.azgeocaching.com
>
> jason
>
>
> mrcspen wrote:
> > After years of offroading in AZ (often using my Emap and laptop just
> > for fun) I recently had the luck to read the article in Discovery. I
> > had no idea this was happening. I checked Buxley's web site and found
> > that there is a cache located within two miles of my house. Looking at
> > the maps I realized that I've driven by numerous caches without having
> > any idea that my pointless wandering could have an equally pointless
> > purpose. Although I don't have as much time as I would like to
> > participate, I'm instantly hooked and will lurk here often to get up
> > to speed. I'll have to try and score my first cache this weekend. Just
> > a couple of questions if I may.
> >
> > Am I good to go armed with the Emap, Mapsource Roads & Rec, Delorme
> > Topo, a laptop, and the paper forest maps I've been using for
offroading?
> >
> > Are there localized associations that gather and participate or is
> > this a solitary hunter and his clan kind of thing?
> >
> > Thanks much.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > The gpsstash page
> > http://www.geocaching.com
> >
> > Buxley's Geocaching Waypoint
> > http://www.brillig.com/geocaching/
> >
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> >