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Old 06-09-2009, 05:35 PM   #1
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GONE TO A GOOD HOME DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

Free to a good home. Runs on XP/Vista/2000. 4 CD's, US, and detailed maps of the East, Central and West.

I'm on the way to Alaska, so you may have to wait for shipping - unless you want me to ship them from FedEx tomorrow morning (Wed 10th).

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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

How great is this!

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Old 06-10-2009, 12:29 AM   #3
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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

Mike,
I use this too. What are you switching to?
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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

Didn't 8.0 just get released?
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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

Wow, I am using 6.0.
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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

I'm still using my circa 2000 versions of Delorme Street Atlas and Delorme 3D Topoquads. If it still works, don't mess with it. Why, back in my day ...

Actually, I've recently switched to using Overland Navigator for my topographic maps.

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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

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Why, back in my day ...
...Topographic maps were carved on stone?

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Re: DeLorme TOPO 7.0 (2007)

Geoff,

What type of GPS module do you attach to your notebook. We're thinking of picking up the Overland topo software. Thanks

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What type of GPS module do you attach to your notebook. We're thinking of picking up the Overland topo software.
I'm using an inexpensive little USB "mouse" GPS, the GlobalSat BU-353. Works great.

I have some more details on my website.

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Actually, I never used it. It was a freebie, so I thought I would give it away.

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