GPSr Early Adopters

Tweet I was out caching with the GHMGC yesterday.  In the group of 22 people in attendance I only saw one Magellan.  I don’t know what that means but I’m pretty sure it means that Garmin is the most popular GPSr manufacturer for geocaching.   I noticed something else yesterday, most of the folks in […]

Geocaching Review – Garmin GPSMAP 62s

TweetThe GPSMAP 62s has now joined me for some geocaching adventures, at night no less!  I was previously using a Garmin Colorado 300.   My sense is that Garmin has worked hard to make this a geocaching friendly GPS receiver. Even though I think it is a excellent GPSr for geocaching it is going to […]

Garmin GPSMAP 62s Initial Thoughts

TweetI ordered my Garming GPSMAP62s on Wednesday and it arrived today.  I admit it I succumbed to Garmin’s cash grab and upgraded so that I can use the chirp technology.  I would not have upgraded if the Colorado firmware received an upgrade.  The fact that it doesn’t is a sign that Garmin would rather you […]

New – Garmin GPSMAP 62st

Tweet A few months ago Garmin surprised many when it discontinued the relatively new Colorado line of handheld GPS units.  I was certainly surprised have only recently upgrading.  I discovered a couple of days ago that Garmin will be releasing the GPSMAP 62 series by the end of July.  From where I sit this is the unit Garmin should […]

Review Garmin Colorado GPSr

TweetWhen I attend geocaching group events it would appear that Garmin is the manufacturer of choice for geocachers.  It’s no wonder that is the case.  Garmin makes an excellent handheld GPS receiver. I did my first Geocache yesterday with my new Colorado 300.  Overall the experience was pretty good but I can tell you that […]