+u.rusty Posted October 16, 2010 Share Posted October 16, 2010 I am surprised by the number of caches I find that are within arms length of ground zero, as indicated by my GPSr. I am curious what methods are commonly used to determine ground zero for your cache. Here is a list of a few methods that might work: Using waymark averaging, assuming that your GPSr has that feature. Choosing coordinates then finding the spot with your GPSr. (Obviously, this would only work under certain circumstances, such as just off the side of a trail in the field.) Recording the coordinates several times and averaging. What method do you use? Quote Link to comment
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