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Thread: Detailed maps of the park and surrounding areas

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    TB, the file should be in your e-mail...

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    With some time on my hands I've begun creating 11x17 PDF general reference maps of each of the river systems within the park. For backcountry outings such should only be used in conjunction with the official trails map and other detail information available through the park service, LRO, etc.

    I'd really appreciate anyone's thoughts on the prelim of the Little River system .

    Thanks, JF
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    That is impressive. Once finished, that will be one heck of a detailed map. The up close view of the topo lines will prove to be especially useful. I think you are doing a fantastic job.

    What program did you create that with?

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    Thanks, Craig.

    Adobe Illustrator and Acrobat.
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    Really Looks Great!!

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    See i have illustrator but i am nowhere near that good with it to recreate a map. You definitely have an extremely nice piece you are working on.

    Like i said earlier, the zoomed up shot of how the topo lines relate to the streambed and surrounding areas would provide the most help for me.

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    Yeah, I will add more contours and detail at the stream intersects. Thanks for the tip.
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    Thumbs up

    Looking good.
    I like the river system only instead of the full park. Your able to focus in own more detail especially the smaller streams.
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    If you could figure out how to print it on waterproof paper, it would be perfect.

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    So JoeFred, are you going to make this available in some form? Looks like it could be a money-maker

    sb
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