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Old 05-10-2011, 10:26 AM
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I use crumbs from the bread my wife makes, nothing eats it and it's slow to rot.

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I like them ripe. I'm experimenting with turning them into something useful. An artificial fuel called Catahol.
You mean cats are useful for something other than target practice.

Sorry I couldn't resist and I've got nothing use to add to the topic of the thread.
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I'm going to beg to differ gordon. sorry. Garmin Dakota 20, hands down!
Garmin Dakota 20 is gret!!
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Default Re: GPS Suggestions?

I have a Garmin etrex legend and it works pretty well for being a "vintage" piece.

Frankly I've been using my cell phone for all my gpsing needs. The Footprints app for my HTC evo allows me to store the coordinates as well as take a picture and write notes about the location. Love it!
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Old 05-11-2011, 12:44 PM
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i been using a Garmin 60C for 10 years and love it. my kids have cracked the case and it still works, its been full of water many times and iv dried it out and it still works. i hear the newer ones (60csx) are a little better but you cant go wrong with the 60 series.
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