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    GPS Tracks for 4th July to end of holiday

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    I have put tracks into Google Earth for all days up to including 3rd July 2010 but I do not have Garmin tracks for 4th July onwards - can anyone send me the missing data - if so PM me.

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    I think next years route should draw the shape of something naughty, just for a laugh..

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    quality.....


    when do we make the sea.....
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    Need tracks off Paddy or Norm or someone to finish the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractorpilot View Post
    Need tracks off Paddy or Norm or someone to finish the job.


    so you've admitted in public forum that you 'were caught napping on the job'....
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    I failed...

    It is all true, I failed, I did not manage to fix the broken power supply to the GPS cradle on my bike. Can I ever forgive myself? Hell yeah! I did have one or two slightly higher priority concerns during the holiday :-) lol

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    Will download what I have today, had a quick look on unit itself, I think it wrote over a lot of data when memory became low! There seems to be at least the last 700 odd miles which should make up a bit of your loss!!

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    I've got a big blue marker pen so you can draw on the map

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    I've already done it Dude
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    Thanks guys

    Still got one or two gaps so if you can send me any other stuff you may have from after Nashville.

    Thanks

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    Mission accomplished

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    and the vid version


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    brilliant stuff Tractorpilot, love that....
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    nice one dude...

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    now available on Google Maps or Google Earth

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9970051/USA%202010.kmz

    Use the link above to download the current version of the file to open in Google Earth (some work still required to finish it)

    If you haven't got Google Earth (GET IT) you can also see the info in Google Maps by going to Google Maps, opening My Maps then typing or cut and pasting the URL address:

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9970051/USA%202010.kmz

    into the search box and hitting the search command and the file should appear in your list of my maps.

    Enjoy - if there are any other flags you think should be on the Points of Interst list let me know.

    Anyone who wants to swap pics from the holidayy via DVD let me know via message and I will post a copy of the pics I took to the address on the message.

    Regards TP

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