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Everything posted by yougogirl64

  1. I agree the Garmin eTrex series is priced right and works well. I think there are some online stores that carry the Legend H for around $125.
  2. For the car - Navigon 7100, for caching - the Blue Legend.
  3. Having 2 separate units, I think, is the way to go.
  4. I think it would be a challenge, but also fun to try!
  5. Make sure you shop around, there are good deals everywhere.
  6. Welcome... Enjoy the great outdoors!
  7. Welcome to Geocaching. There are a lot of units out there - so I recommend you do a lot of research before purchasing.
  8. I haven't heard any negative comments about refurbished units, has anyone else?
  9. Maybe she knows what unit she wants, ask her. If not, then the choice is yours. I really can't recommend any one unit, but there are some good deals out there.
  10. Even if I was a football fan, the Steelers would be my last choice!
  11. Yes the Queen City is my home...........not a Bengals fan though. God Bless you if you are a Bengals fan...........have you thought about finding a new team?
  12. Great unit, enjoy! Who-Dey as in "Who-Dey think gonna beat those bengals"....
  13. I don't own a Colorado or an Oregon but I've read good and bad things about the Colorado's in the forums, but I haven't read to many bad comments about the Oregon's. Shop around, the Colorado's are still available at online stores. Karen
  14. I would recommend caching with your current unit for the time being. In the meantime, maybe you can meet up with other cachers and see what units they are using. You might find another handheld that you prefer over your old one. I do not own a Nuvi but I have heard good things about them.
  15. I think the Blue Legend is a great entry level unit. Other than the tree coverage issue, I have not had any other problems with my unit.
  16. I have read in this forum that some people do use a car unit for geocaching, personally I could not. My Legend works fine for my needs. Happy Hunting!
  17. Are you referring to the Maestro 5310? If you are, please someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that unit works best on the road. I would think that a handheld unit would work best for the trails?
  18. I have a Blue Legend, I took it out of the box, entered the cache waypoint, then hit GOTO, went to the compass screen and off we went. I didn't do any set up except entering the cache waypoints. I had to enter them manually but I consider that time well spent getting to know my unit.
  19. Blue Legend........fits well in our small hands and easy to use. No, we don't have a lot of finds but that's not the Legend's fault, that's our fault for not getting out more. Fair weather cachers - or is it - warm weather cachers! Brrrrrr it's cold in Cinci now......
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