Most of these episodes were observed while walking out in the clear, with the unit indicating strong reception of numerous satellites.
I think your gps worked just fine, let me explained what i think happened.
Garmin maps (mapsource) have alot of dirt roads that are not placed precisely where they actually are...they are off even by hundreds of feet.
Now! your GPSMAP60CSx receiver is also a car navigator and it has a fonction called (Lock on Road) which will force the receiver to track on
to the dirt road (Garmin's dirt road) which is not placed where you actually
are(the real dirt road) So the receiver is stuck trying to trace a track between
two places and voila! we have goofy navigation!
So here's what you could about it. Go on the menu page, select SETUP,
Then select the MAP page. Now on this page you will see the (Lock on Road) fonction. select OFF !
You are now ready to hike offroad without being bothered by the goofy navigation part.[img][img]http://img165.imageshack.us/img165/1415/gpslover7dd.png[/img]
By the way! Don't forget to put the Lock on road ON again when you use your receiver as a car navigator.