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Since you probably know how to search for caches in your area think of PQ's as something similar.


Except you can search by cache type, and other attributes. That PC can be emailed to you and you can use a PDA to have a list of caches with you at all times. That list will include complete descriptions hints and the last 5 logs.


someone else will cover a couple of different angles...

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A pocket Query is where you set up a criteria for cache searches, and a file is E-mailed to you.


You might enter your ZIP code, home coordinates, or whatever.

Then enter how far away for the query to seach (i.e. within 50 miles), how many caches to return, and if you wan t ALL caches, ones you haven't found, micros, or many other choices.


Then you schedule what day(s) of the week to have it sent to you.


you can receive either .LOC or .GPX files, and even files that can be read by MobiPocket on a palm device.


You can use EasyGPS or ExpertGPS to select the caches you want to hunt, and upload the coordinates to your GPS.


Also GPX files can be turned into HTML pages and loaded onto a PDA so you don't have to print out cache pages.

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