_http://www.rideforfatherhood.org/track/_ (http://www.rideforfatherhood.org/track/) One of our Cadet Senior Master Sergeants is hiking almost 50 miles alone through the St Marks Wildlife Refuge as part of a school project called "Intensives Week" where you take a week off from school and do something, well intensive; this is not a Civil Air Patrol activity. As a safety measure, he is checking in every few hours via text messaging or ham radio to report his coordinates; as a public service and favor to the National Wildlife Service, he is also collecting the coordinates of campsites, trail intersections and other points of interest for them to use on their website as most of their coordinates are not in a people-friendly format. Now you too can track him! Simply visit the website (link below) and either print it or just use it on your computer. As we get position reports, we will update the links here so that you can keep track of his progress. Once you've plotted his position, you can come back to the website to download the updated map with his positions marked off and check your work. All times are EDT. Delorme does have some minor errors, so don't assume you're wrong if he is not on the trail according to the map. If you aren't sure how to use coordinates with maps, check out _http://www.maptools.com/tutorials.html_ (http://www.maptools.com/tutorials.html) Please go to _http://www.rideforfatherhood.org/track/_ (http://www.rideforfatherhood.org/track/) for the latest coordinates as they are updated over the next few days. Hopefully some will enjoy this little exercise. Gene Floyd, Capt CAP ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.