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GeoScouter

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  1. I scanned the Ricketts Glen Trail Map and uploaded it to my website. It is a large file. http://userweb.suscom.net/~pro-2006/geocaching/rgsp.jpg GeoScouter
  2. Anyone have the trail maps for Ricketts Glen. Or a scan maps of the trails for ExpertGPS? I emailed the park asking about trail maps since I didn't see them on the web site. But it would be nice to have the trail maps with cordinates already. GeoScouter
  3. quote:Let me know what your campsite number is and I'll get you posted on the Campground map of attendees. MtnDave Put us down for site #34. See all you up there. Steve GeoScouter
  4. quote:Lets all help to make this event a big success. It sounds like fun. I hope to make camping reservations real soon. Never been up to this State Park. A friend and I will be coming up from the York area. Steve GeoScouter
  5. quote:Originally posted by TopoGrafix:A bunch of ExpertGPS users have asked me to implement a blended topo map/aerial photo view in the program, and it's been on my to-do list for a while now. I hope to get to it soon. Great to hear. Looking forward to the feature. GeoScouter
  6. I came across this software I haven't seen mention. It pulls aerial photos from terraserver and has a feature called papermaps. It overlays topo maps on top of the aerial photo. Pretty cool to see names of rivers and roads on an aerial photo. http://billfriedrich.tripod.com/ Steve GeoScouter
  7. quote:Originally posted by Randall J. Berry:I spoke with Garmin some time back when the Rino was first on the drawing board. I asked them if they planned to create a version for the 440MHz band (70cm). They informed me that they were indeed working with a group of Amatuers with that possibility in mind. Friend and I was talking about how nice it would be if amateur HT's had this feature. We are into APRS and this feature would be a lot of fun in the field. I'm suprise Icom, Kenwood and Yaesu hasn't jumped on this. Steve GeoScouter
  8. quote:I also added the "last found date" for benchmarks that have been found by the community already, and the benchmark find count is listed on your profile. Jeremy Irish Thanks Jeremy! This is a big help in finding benchmarks that haven't been found by the community. Is it possible to add benchmarks found to a user profile page so we can view their benchmarks found just like their regular caches found? Steve GeoScouter
  9. quote:Originally posted by Rubbertoe:Perhaps one of the people that uses a Personal Travel Bug could post here... cuz I still can't undertand the reasoning behind doing that. I use a Personal Travel Bug. Travel Bug I use it to show the same logs at caches I visit. It's a whole lot easier when my friends want to see what caches I done. Not all of them are geocachers but are interested in the places I visit. The other way they need to click on each cache and look to find my posting. Here it's all in one place. I don't care about the mileage. I don't pay any attention to that. It really meanless when you use a Personal Travel Bug. If there was a easier way to display just the logs for a user I would reuse this tag and send out another real Travel Bug. Steve GeoScouter
  10. quote:Originally posted by Rubbertoe:Perhaps one of the people that uses a Personal Travel Bug could post here... cuz I still can't undertand the reasoning behind doing that. I use a Personal Travel Bug. Travel Bug I use it to show the same logs at caches I visit. It's a whole lot easier when my friends want to see what caches I done. Not all of them are geocachers but are interested in the places I visit. The other way they need to click on each cache and look to find my posting. Here it's all in one place. I don't care about the mileage. I don't pay any attention to that. It really meanless when you use a Personal Travel Bug. If there was a easier way to display just the logs for a user I would reuse this tag and send out another real Travel Bug. Steve GeoScouter
  11. quote:Originally posted by Crusso: I just had these laid out by a company that makes chips for all the big casinos: I probably would be interested in some. I like the globe image for the back. GeoScouter
  12. quote:Originally posted by EraSeek: Here's an example of a very cool one posted by MickyD. There are some interesting ones out there. That is cool looking. I find a similar one in the park by our Capital. It has a date of 1877 on the base. Benchmark Steve GeoScouter
  13. I thought this was an unusal benchmark base. It is large for a base and has a Sept 1877 date on it. I actually found this one by accident while in the park. Unusual Benchmark Steve
  14. quote:Originally posted by Markwell: Take a look at the http://img.Groundspeak.com/benchmark/lg/358_100.jpg I uploaded for http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.asp?PID=MF1355. Where'd all that white space around the photo come from??? Same thing has happen to the pictures I uploaded. I don't like the white space. It shows up in my pictures also. http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.asp?PID=KW2860 I never had any problems withe the 100k limit before. It wasn't an issue to resize before uploading. GeoScouter [This message was edited by GeoScouter on May 21, 2002 at 07:59 AM.]
  15. quote:There will also be caches put out at MiddleCreek by CCCooperAgency, just for June 1. You are welcome to visit both locations in one day! If the caches are being put out for 1 day at MiddleCreek why isn't the picnic there? I thought the picnic was going to be at MiddleCreek. Seems to make sense if we are there for the caches to stay there for the picnic. GeoScouter
  16. quote:Originally posted by Pulaski: CCCooper & Crew, after much hard work in prepping 8 caches for the picnic, has decided that it is in the best political interest of all geocachers to use the one day approval for June 1st 2002 ( the date of the picnic which is now being held in Lancaster ) I been away for three days and been trying to catch up on what has been happening with the picnic. I'm a little confused. Will the picnic be held in the original location or just the caches be held there? GeoScouter
  17. quote:Originally posted by rschoolf: GeoClipping http://home.earthlink.net/~rschoolf/geocaching.htm Nice! I just tried a couple pages and got the formated pages in my palm. I will have to try the Palm on my next trip and see how it works. Thanks for the utility. GeoScouter
  18. This change will come in very handy. Thanks Jeremy GeoScouter
  19. quote:Originally posted by ClayJar: You start reading Arthur C. Clarke's _Rama Revealed_ and keep thinking how absolutely cool it would be to go... um... exocaching? astrocaching? I read the complete Rama series. Great story. GeoScouter
  20. quote:Originally posted by ClayJar: You start reading Arthur C. Clarke's _Rama Revealed_ and keep thinking how absolutely cool it would be to go... um... exocaching? astrocaching? I read the complete Rama series. Great story. GeoScouter
  21. quote:Originally posted by MissJenn: So, any idea where The Message In a Bottle is now? ----- http://users.beanstalk.net/jsk/images/dartfrogsmall.jpg The last reference I saw of it was a cache in Maryland. GeoScouter
  22. quote:Originally posted by Salladas' Rangers: This is a member of Sallada's Rangers. Terry Thanks! I updated the photo. GeoScouter
  23. I have posted the pictures from the camera that was in the Watergate cache at Nixon Park. Most of the pictures came out. If you want to check them they are at http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=6727 I haven't been able to identify everyone so if you can help out it would be great. GeoScouter
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