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Since you will most likely have maps, I am not sure of the need for buying
one with TOPO capability.
Mine just creates tracks. And I use TOPO software (TOPO USA, $99) to plot
>[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of James McCreight
>Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2003 5:44 PM
>Subject: [cdt-l] gps?
>Mike- I too am looking at buying a gps, but now that I see how they get
>all your money by forcing you to buy the topo software too... I am curious
>on what you have decided to do and why... or maybe just your thoughts so
>far if you havent come to a decision.
>I really know next to nothing about the things, spent about an hour on one
>today in the REI parking lot...
>On Sun, 23 Feb 2003 Mike14k@aol.com wrote:
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>> I am considering buying a GPS unit to use on sections of the CDT
>> already have seen a friends copy of MapSend Topo software.
>> Showing a bit of ignorance on the technology.... is there
>somewhere I can
>> download the waypoints for the CDT trail...??? I did not see the trail
>> shown in the software images so assume I have to enter the
>> Sorry if this seems a bit novice... just trying to decide if I
>want to make
>> a change from the traditional compass/altimeter to a GPS.....
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