[Cdt-l] GPS CDT alignment formerly 2 mistakes... cdts route
ron.a.guay2 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 13:04:42 CST 2012
Nice work. I created somewhat of a CDT Master track/waypoint file by
loading all of your files (Crazy Cook, CDTA Waypoints, OOO Tracks, J. Ley
Tracks, and your Waypoints) into my phone. As expected...a little
spaghetti like in some places (NM especially). I think your Master file
will be definitely worth trying. Thanks.
What's tedious is making sure the cool alt routes I choose actually go
through my resupply points...
On Feb 13, 2012 11:44 PM, "Frank Gilliland" <frankgilliland at gmail.com>
> Looks like I sent an email that was supposed to be sent to a person, that
> got sent out to the List.
> Oh well....No big deal.
> So, I am about to post some NEW track files to my CDT web site:
> I have a couple of BETA versions being tested right now. My hope is to
> merge all of the available data sets into a simple file.
> The work by Jerry Brown and crew for the CDTA alignment is top shelf and a
> must for those planning a CDT hike.
> His waypoint files align with the Out of order track file in most areas.
> I am about done cleaning up any gaps.
> I am using their files to make a master track file and also show the major
> alternates based off of Jonathan Ley's maps.
> Finally, I am making a write up describing the steps to load all of this
> data onto a modern gps.
> I really like the new Etrex20. It can handle all of the track, waypoint,
> POI and maps without bumping into the limits of older units.
> If you have the old Jonathan Ley alignment file from a few years
> back......delete it....it is out of date.
> Either use the Out of Order track file and stay tuned for the
> NEW integrated file real soon.
> Stay tuned
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