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Thread: A Day Out In Tasmania

  1. #11
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    Welcome!! The first pic is very nice and definitely helps set the mood for the day. Can't wait to see more of your (and the little one) trips.
    NCLR #70 BOD member

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  2. #12
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    Welcome!!!
    Very nice pictures and the little one is the perfect compliment for that Rangie.
    Hope to see more pictures.
    Carlos
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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Location
    Hobart Tasmania
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    Thumbs up Were to Start

    Ok thankyou to all of you for the kind replys.

    The little one is my best Mates Son, although I do Adore him he is on all our outings we go on, just try and leave in a range Rover / Discovery without him.:-)

    The Garmin GPSMAP60 is doing everything I expected it to, It is connected to a Acer laptop with OziExplorer running. I have logged some trails on it and then used it to print out the trail saved onto a local map to guide myself back to the same spots.

    The software I use to save my own small maps of local areas is availabe free here.
    This forum explains how to cut maps from google earth images and you can zoom in to local trails. Satellite images or Maps.

    http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/t...TOPIC_ID=80827

    I found this link on the AULRO.com forum under the GPS thread.

    So far I have used it to its full capacity and Yes it will save files in the OziExplorer format.

    Tasmania is a Beautifull Island and I have called it home for 42 of my 43 Years.
    My folks emigrated here in 66 when I was one.

    The Highest mountain here is overlooking Hobart and is called MT Wellington.



    cheers
    We were Born to Explore in a 4x4 with a Winch and a Wrench
    Or to Explore the Net

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