5Choose ‘North Up’ or ‘Track Up’ From the Satellite screen:Move the CLICK STICK to the left to select the Options Menu.Press in on the CLICK STICK (The screen will look like it does at the left). Check to see if the setting is what you wantIf you want to change it:Press the CLICK STICK down to highlight Track Up or North Up, depending what it is currently setting.Press in on the CLICK STOP to change it. .
19Enhancements to Accuracy (WAAS) Wide Area Augmentation SystemGeo-stationary Satellites~25 ground stations of known location (N. Amer.)corrects for GPS signal errors caused by ionospheric disturbances, timing and satellite orbit errorsImproves accuracy to 3-5mLimitsantenna/receiver must be powered 100% of time.Must have good view of sky – in MB near horizon which limits use in hiking and some canoeing.
20Hold the Click Stick down until this screen appears WAYPOINTSHold the Click Stick down until this screen appears
30What is Geo-Caching? Treasure hunt with GPS unit to find locations Database of locations kept onlineIt’s all about the trekWhat is in the cache:LogbookTreasure (can be anything)CluesOne rule: Take from the cache and leave something of your own(FAQs)
35How do I start to Geocache? Go to (or other geocache site)Click on “Hide and Seek”Enter a zip code, city and state or coordinates near where you want to hunt.Note the level of difficulty, the type of cache and when it was last found.Once you have selected a cache to hunt for, you can:Download or manually enter the “waypoint” to your GPSPrint out the page with the coordinates, hint and logsIf going on vacation, look before you leave for possible geocaches.If you know the address of where you will be, you can use MapsOnUs.com to find the coordinates of that spot