Using GPS and compass for not getting lost

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Subject: Using GPS and compass for not getting lost
From: "Doug Holly" <>
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 07:29:59 +1030
G'day All,
Remember last month we discussed GPS etc.  well, it happened at Danggali this week.
We went off doing searches along tracks, it was our third day and we were "becoming experts" at doing 10 to 20 min searches either side of the track, I heard a hooded robin call, our first, the lady on that side went off determined to find it, compass and whistle in the car, I returned from my search some 15 minutes later, the clouds had closed in and no sun and no Lizzy, one and a half hours ( and some worries) later we were reunited....  hmm hmm .?
Doug Holly
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