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Merry Christmas!

Post by NativTxn » Sun Dec 25, 2011 1:43 pm

Wishing you all the best on this glorious holiday!

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Post by DudleyGrunt » Sun Dec 25, 2011 9:37 pm

Thanks. I hope you had a great day.
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Post by zstatman » Mon Dec 26, 2011 9:27 am

Be safe and enjoy family & friends

To a new year - And don't forget 12/21/2012 (lol)
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Post by Mr.Yuck » Mon Dec 26, 2011 6:07 pm

zstatman wrote:Be safe and enjoy family & friends

To a new year - And don't forget 12/21/2012 (lol)
The Mayan's couldn't even invent metal tools, hundreds of years after they were already in use in Europe. I highly doubt they will accurately predict the end of the world. :mrgreen:

Sorry, didn't check in here for a few days, Merry Christmas to all. Hope you got what you wanted. I personally received a new Magellan GPS and had no clue I was getting.
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Re: Merry Christmas!

Post by DudleyGrunt » Mon Dec 26, 2011 11:30 pm

I picked up my new Garmin (sigh) GPSMap62ST, using a bit of my insurance money from my recent accident. I was planning on getting it soon, but it turns out that I ended up cracking the screen of my 60CSx on some rocks.
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Re: Merry Christmas!

Post by Mr.Yuck » Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:53 pm

Oh yes, I get the RSS feed of the latest log entries (which works flawlessly, I might add), and saw that about your vehicle a month or two ago. Sorry to hear that! I had a plain old Garmin 60 (identical, except for the electronics inside to the 60 CSx), and I never cracked the screen in 7 years! It had other issues though. For example, the wife saw me banging it to get the display to work properly last month, and decided to get me the Magellan. I'm told I also bad-mouthed Garmin when she asked about it, and that's why she got the Magellan!! I actually would have preferred Delorme or even Lowrance, but hey, I'll roll with it. 100% paperless, the whole description, hints, and even recent logs.

That reminds me, I'm gonna download a OCUS cache or two in the sucker right after I type this, and see how it looks.

EDIT: Well, I had to find an FAQ on the Magellan web site, and use the "Groundspeak GPX" file from a search page, but the paperless capability to Magellan works just fine. I will start another thread in the proper area though. :mrgreen:
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