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    could some one show me how to do this I have a gps. Any help would be appreciated. Im a hands on kind of guy.
    And awayy we go,,,,,,,,,,,

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    Did you sign up on the geocache site yet?? (it's free) - then you just either download the coordinates or enter them into your device and off you go..
    There's no problem too great that can't be lessened by a couple swings..

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    if i knew how that would be great. im a dummy when it comes to this.
    And awayy we go,,,,,,,,,,,

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    I love geocaching, my boys and I found all the ones around the hub trail and Bellevue park last year, and there are a ton hidden around Brimley State Park where we camp alot during the summer

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    not addicted but it is fun once in a while, nerdy fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koss View Post
    Just to get back on topic, I've been interested in trying geocaching out for awhile. I haven't bought a stand alone GPS device yet, but I do have an iPhone. I know it isn't getting it's reading directly from satellite, but using cell tower triangulation, but I downloaded the geochacing.com app yesterday. I'm taking my girls out today for a treasure hunt. I was surprised how many caches there are in my area. I hope we find something.
    My Android type cell phone (as well as iPhones) have a built-in GPS that doesn't require cell phone coverage to operate. You can verify this by removing your SIM card and you will find that the GPS works just fine

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