[Az-Geocaching] A little different use for my GPS

Team Tierra Buena teamtierrabuena at earthlink.net
Sat Nov 26 09:46:25 MST 2005

It's nice to be able to measure your progress. We all wish you a speedy and
complete recovery, Bob.

Team Tierra Buena 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: az-geocaching-bounces at listserv.azgeocaching.com [mailto:az-
> geocaching-bounces at listserv.azgeocaching.com] On Behalf Of Robert & Linda
> Smith
> Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 9:22
> To: Azgeocaching Listserv
> Subject: [Az-Geocaching] A little different use for my GPS
> On November 15 I had fusion of 2 discs in my back.  My recovery is
> coming along very well.  As a condition of recovery I was told to WALK
> more....  Well..... It's kinda tough to go outside and walk when you are
> in pain from surgery so I did the next best thing.  I measured a route
> around the house that is 198 feet from start to finish.  I attached my
> Magellan Meridian Color to my walker and used a bungee cord to attach my
> external antenna and I have full coverage anywhere around my route.  In
> as much as I could see all points I did not think I need waypoints.  I
> just did 20 laps and the GPS said I walked .38 mile and I do feel
> exercised.  I might be able to get back on the trail for some more finds
> before to long.
> Happy Holidays,
> Bob Smith, Prescott, Team Petite Elite
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