[Cdt-l] Garmin POI's
earl.kd5xb at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 11:31:36 CST 2010
Hey hey! I found a convertor at http://garmin.gps-data-team.com -- in fact,
I found several convertors there. I've now converted teh Ley files into
POI's and put a 10-mile alert on each of them, so I should be able to find
the trail from I-10, I-40, US 84, etc.
On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 2:39 PM, Frank Gilliland <frank at frankgilliland.com>wrote:
> I have a "Ridiculously" large collection of Data Points. I have loaded
> them into my Garmin with great success. (See Past posts on this topic)
> Contact me off List at:
> frankgilliland at gmail dot com
> and I can send any-one, all or parts of my files. I also have "Out of
> Orders" files in track form.
> Jerry Browns Colorado points are great (see next post) But as you know,
> there are multiple paths along the CDT and the trail is ever changing. So a
> point from last year could be off in the future. But having a "Back-bone"
> loaded into a gps can be a great second opinion when one becomes "Off-trail"
> Just knowing where a road crossing is, can make a huge difference.
> Be safe out there.....
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