Ontario - Canada

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by Ooobah-Moto, Oct 2, 2007.

  1. Ooobah-Moto

    Ooobah-Moto Banned

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    If anyone is interested. Here's a ~550km route within South Ontario. Mostly dirt roads and some trails.

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  2. Ooobah-Moto

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    here's part two.

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  3. A17_NB

    A17_NB one little victory

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    Hey nice ride out there - I'm in NB but I grew up in ON and am very fond of the place still.
    I have Mapsource 6.12.4 I can't open your files - what did you save them with?
    Thanks
    Onne
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  4. davidvan

    davidvan Been here awhile

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    Download gpsbable and try a convert to mps...
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  5. A17_NB

    A17_NB one little victory

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    Thanks David - I just tried that and no joy. I get an error message:
    XML parse error at 10793: unclosed token
    Same error on both files.

    I'm not going spend any more time on it and again thanks for the tip. I like your ADAR. :thumbup
    Take care.
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  6. davidvan

    davidvan Been here awhile

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  7. A17_NB

    A17_NB one little victory

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    Got it - I tried this with my highspeed at work and it works from here so I'm good.
    I was in Newfoundland Labrador a few years ago. From NB north to QC and then the TLH (500) to HV/GB and then the ferry to Cartwrght, south to Blanc-Sablon and then up and down the west coast.
    However we digress from the topic here - I am looking forward to where you are going. Thanks
    Onne


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