That suggests that the coordinates were either entered manually, or more likely, waypoints were just "marked" as the person went on his/her merry way. I'd be happy to post something on the San Diego geocachers forum. Can you indicate the general location of where you found it. If you prefer, you can PM this info to me so it doesn't go public.Philip Burton wrote:They are simply labeled 001, 002, 003 etc.
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