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Patience please!

 

Now, I've placed a cache and as I was driving home, pondering submitting it for approval, I suddenly realised I hadn't checked how far it was between my cache and another nearby.

 

I have the co-ordinates of both, obviously. So how can I check?

 

I could drive back and measure it, but I'd rather not!

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Patience please!

 

Now, I've placed a cache and as I was driving home, pondering submitting it for approval, I suddenly realised I hadn't checked how far it was between my cache and another nearby.

 

I have the co-ordinates of both, obviously. So how can I check?

 

I could drive back and measure it, but I'd rather not!

 

http://www.movable-type.co.uk/scripts/latlong.html

 

here's one, but if you google there are a number that do the same thing.

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Patience please!

 

Now, I've placed a cache and as I was driving home, pondering submitting it for approval, I suddenly realised I hadn't checked how far it was between my cache and another nearby.

 

I have the co-ordinates of both, obviously. So how can I check?

 

I could drive back and measure it, but I'd rather not!

 

If you have your new one and all surrounding caches in GSAK, set your new one as the centerpoint and that will do it for all surrounding caches. Apart from puzzles and multis which the reviewer will check when you submit yours.

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