I, too, have a Foretres 401 and have Grough software installed on my Mac. The Foretrex ‘manual’ is a disgrace and the company should be ashamed to describe it as such.
I once had a malfunction (can’t remember what it was) and contacted Garmin. I was advised as follows:
There are a few instances when you may want to perform a master reset on your Foretres 301 or 401 such as: not receiving a signal properly want to retore the factory default settings not functioning properly
All settings, user data, and satellite data may erased when resetting the GPS. User data can be backed up to the computer. To perform the master reset: 1 Turn off the device 2 Press the ENTER and POWER buttons simultaneously 3 Releasethe buttons when the ‘Erase all User data? appears 4 Select ‘Yes’
The device will now reboot and is reset. You will want to leave the device outside with a clear view of the sky for a minimum of 20 minutes to acquire satellite data.
This solved my particular problem.
Here’s another tip. If the screen freezes hold down the PAGE and UP buttons simultaneously for 7 seconds until the screen goes blank.
In England and Wales there are laws covering the condition of public rights of way which include the condition of the path furniture. A gate across a briodleway has to have a minimum width of five feet and be capable of being opened from the saddle of a horse. If public rights of way are kept in good condition then they are likely to to be used.
Our network of rights of way is a wonderful recreational resource which must be protected. I regularly lead Americans on day walks and walking tours and they are amazed and envious of our oppportunities for exploring the countryside; it is a priceless heritage.
And don't forget that it is largely due to the Ramblers' Associaion, God bless them despite their faults, that we not only have rights of way but also national trails and 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey maps.
It seems that the term 'crew' can be applied to garments other than socks. I've been glancing through the Summer 2008 Snow & Rock catalogue where both socks and and T-shirts are so described. In the latter case it would appear that the term describes the design of the neck.
I suspect that many manufacturers use some terms indiscriminately in attempt to impress the purchaser. A few months ago I saw a television ad that excitedly described a washing machine as being equipped with something described as 'thermal hydration technology'. Every washing machine on the market uses hot water to launder clothes..
Let's not be blinded by such meaningless pseudo-scientific descriptions.