I prefer Garmin, and there are basically two types -- the type for the car and the handheld type to take with you outdoors. If you aren't sure about Geocaching yet, you might want to find one that sort of does the best of both worlds. Just make sure that you can connect it to you computer an upload waypoints. I think most, if not all, Garmins allow this. The street (car) models have better screens, but aren't quite as durable or as easy to take with you hiking around outdoors. The handheld models are better to take on hikes, but the displays are smaller and harder to read when driving.
Hope to see you on the 8th. It will be a mob scene, so make sure you ask around for me so that we can get our Meetup group together.
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On Nov 29, 2007, at 12:42 PM, Lisa wrote:
I would like to buy a receiver but I don't have a clue as what ones work best. Could any help me find a fairly cheap but not completely rubbish one. Thank you so much, Lisa
PS. Checking my schedule to see if I came come on the 8th!FlagMan <[address removed]>
Announcing a new event for Geocaching San Diego!
What: 3rd Annual Christmas Lights Geo Walk
When: Saturday, December 8, 5:30 PM
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Event Description: Last night we had a great meeting at Karl Strauss Gardens in Sorrento Mesa to discuss upcoming events. Present were Dave (kawikaturn), Bill and Laurie (weewilldo7), Randy (Thunder-4) and Eric (Gleeming999). We came up with some great ideas, so look for some future Meetups like this one (described below), a trip to the "Who Do ne It!" series in Ramona in January, a desert trip in February, a hunt for QBOA in Balboa Park in March, a trip to Adobe Falls in the College area, some mountain power trails, etc., etc., etc. These are easy to schedule, so we are going to try for an event every month and see how many people participate. Hopefully this group will really take off!
Last night our Meetup morphed into a hunt for the DAK Girls' cache, The Kiss of Midnight. After a couple of initial struggles, we got on track and were able to complete the mission. What a blast! Anyway, back to THIS Meetup....
Click on the link, below, to get all the details on this Meetup. This is really just a tag-along to an existing GC.com event. For those of you who do not have GPS receivers yet, the location is Starridge Park in Poway, located at Starridge Street and Carriage Road in Poway (address, above). There are maps in the link, below. Hope to see you all there!
3rd Annual Christmas Lights Geo Walk by Team Reid (GC17EB6)
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