[ARDF] ARDF Champs and Training Camp suggestion...

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Sun May 16 19:29:12 PDT 2010

Sounds like an orienteering challenge to me!  (and my OH gazetteer)


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From: Matthew Robbins <cedarcreek at gmail.com>
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Sent: Sun, May 16, 2010 10:22 pm
Subject: ARDF Champs and Training Camp suggestion...

For those of you who will be driving cars from the hotel to the training camp locations or to the championships, I recommend that you bring a car navigation GPS if you have one.  You'll be okay if you just use the paper maps and directions, but I can almost guarantee you'll save time getting around with a GPS.  The roads here in Southwest Ohio are at the mercy of the rivers and streams, and it's easy to get confused. We may be the midwest, but we are definitely not on a grid system. 

For example, we have highways numbered 126, 127, 128, and 129---They're all intermingled, and yet all different.


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