[GeoStL] Re: Maps

  • From: Roger Barnes <rogbarn@xxxxxx>
  • To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 18:14:16 -0600

I use www.randmcnally.com to see where a place is on a regular road map
that I can zoom in and out on.  In the address field, put coordinates in
the form of nn.nnnn, -nn.nnnn.  In other words, decimal degrees,
latitude, comma,, space, longitude.  For example, for Jennifer and
Jeffrey's Second cache which I just found, I would put in: "38.59705,
-90.5999".  Pretty straight forward once you get used to it. Anyway, I
hope this helps.


Judi F wrote:
> Secondly, what map program (web site) can I use if I know the longitude and
> latitude and want to input this and have the map give me the location?
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