[kag] Re: New GSAK macro

  • From: "Curtis Ireland" <family@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 00:43:20 -0500

You can count Team Jevre in. Please let us know if there is anything
we can do to help. We've put on a couple (unrelated) events in the

On 1/8/07, Gordon Campbell <gordon@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Count us in as well. I've got my new Maggie to play about with and I've
been slacking off too much.

Team Cruachan

Graeme Watson wrote:
> That sounds great guys.  My life has been crazy with switching jobs,
> and Christmas, but there are all these new cachers I want to meet.  I
> glad you are moving forward on this.  Time and date has been approved
> by CinC, let me know what I can do.
> Helen wrote:
>> Hi Laura
>> Binrat and myself (Geogranny) were thinking of a lunch time event in
>> Kingston around the 24th of February.  This would be an excellent
>> opportunity for you to come out to meet and exchange information with
>> other cachers. We chose lunch time so new cachers would be able to
>> venture out with a more experienced cacher in the afternoon if they
>> so wished. Plans are tentative at the moment but if there is interest
>> in an event at this time we will go ahead.
>> The only venue we can think of to hold such an event is Doffer's
>>  http://www.kinwu.com/ but we are open to any suggestions as to time,
>> place etc.
>> Graeme, you requested an event, is this date and time convenient for
>> you?
>> Helen Baker
>>     ----- Original Message -----
>>     *From:* Laura Forkes <mailto:kayakkid@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     *To:* kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>     *Sent:* Saturday, January 06, 2007 9:03 PM
>>     *Subject:* [kag] Re: New GSAK macro
>>     Dear Bob
>>     I too just got the Canadian topo maps for Christmas along with my
>>     first GPS.
>>     I am a newbie to this geocaching activity so I would like to be
>>     included in the mailings and also be in contact with people who
>>     would permit me to develop some form of learning curve.
>>     Is there any reputable course you can take in this area to become
>>     a qualified GPS instructor or be involved with a course of some
>>     kind to the dynamics of this wonderfully fun and intriguing pastime?
>>     Please get back to me and if I have somehow sent a global message,
>>     please forgive me....I have a "blonde" disability!  LOL  LOL  :>)
>>     Sincerely,
>>     Laura Forkes
>>     PS At the present time I have been given for Christmas a GARMIN
>>     GPSMAP 76CS PLUS.  JUST a F.Y.I. as far as GPS units go.
>>         ----- Original Message -----
>>         *From:* Bob Connelly <mailto:swimmrguy@xxxxxxxxx>
>>         *To:* KAG <mailto:kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>         *Sent:* Saturday, January 06, 2007 9:04 AM
>>         *Subject:* [kag] New GSAK macro
>>         I don't know how many of you keep an eye on the new macros
>>         that come available for GSAK , but there is a new version of a
>>         macro worth checking out.                  myGME v2 - GSAK
>> Google Maps Export will make all the caches
>>         you have currently displayed in GSAK on Google Maps. What is
>>         even better is that you can easily switch from Google Maps to
>>         Canadian topo maps. It works very well. Eventhough I got TOPO
>>         Canada for Christmas,  I think this will might be very useful.
>>                  http://gsak.net/board/index.php?showtopic=3782&st=20
>>         <http://gsak.net/board/index.php?showtopic=3782&st=20>&
>>                  B.
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