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Visualizing Found Archived Caches on maps

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Being a challenge junkie, I was just going through a few of the grandfathered challenges I signed awhile back. One involved caches in counties of the same name but different states. I noticed that in one of my counties I found only one cache in and it has since been archived. When I click on map geocaches it says none are found.

 

Anyone know how to do this without using project-gc? 

 

 

 

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Download a "My Finds" pocket query and display the results on a map that shows county boundaries.  If it were me, and Project-GC was not available (the easiest option), then I would do this in GSAK.

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As a last resort you can upload your finds to Google maps and overlay the county polygons, but GSAK is a lot easier and produces a better map.

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On 1/27/2020 at 1:11 PM, 31BMSG said:

As a last resort you can upload your finds to Google maps and overlay the county polygons, but GSAK is a lot easier and produces a better map.

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Nice.  What macro is this?

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47 minutes ago, hzoi said:

Nice.  What macro is this?

My post was a bit misleading, I should have included an FSG map along with it. This map is the result of uploading county polygons to Google maps, I included it to show it's possible to make a semi-accurate map using only Google, you can't tell from the image but when zooming in there are gaps up to 20-ish miles between some counties. I use this for quick reference when planning a route before using GetCachesOnOSMRoute to make it more detailed, but both GetCachesOnOSMRoute and FSG macros will generate maps with counties aligned properly.

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