|All ones on the display - 11/11/11.|
Then over the weekend, the display began to fade and the alarm's happy chirp has changed tones just perceptibly. I'm guessing this means it's time for a battery change, which we'll take care this week. I'll probably lose my to altitude records - the highs and lows - so that's the real reason for this post.
I took my highest altimeter reading in Yosemite in 2010 - it recorded the height as 2,315 meters without any adjustment for barometric pressure. That's just about 7,200 feet - that's one of the photos here.
|The scene of my highest altimeter reading.|
My lowest reading was -150 meters, taken in Death Valley in 2011. Again, with no adjustment for barometric pressure, that translates to -465 feet. Here is a photo I took during that trip.
|The scene of my lowest altimeter reading.|
Of course, the first photo of the watch in this post was the moment of all ones on the display, taken at 11:11:11 on November 11, 2011. That was a fun moment - I was very nervous I would miss it.
I'll close today with a link to a page with a nice selection of Casio Pathfinders over on Amazon - in case you might be looking for a referral to there:
Casio Pathfinder Watches On Amazon