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Boy, it’s been a while since I last posted anything for The Devil’s Own Fun.  Not that I haven’t been working on it, but it’s taking a while to finish anything.
This is “Map A” which sits in the middle map on the left edge.  Now I’m in a quandary as to what I should call the map above it!  Not to mention the odd ordering of my alphabet of the other maps.
Every section with a letter has been completed to a greater extent.  In the end, this set of game maps will represent an area of 15 x 8 miles or about 127 square miles.
I’ve also found additional sources for detail as well as a great tool for viewing high-resolution JP2s from the Library of Congress website (IrfanView).  I’ll be adding detail from them to the existing maps as I can.Boy, it’s been a while since I last posted anything for The Devil’s Own Fun.  Not that I haven’t been working on it, but it’s taking a while to finish anything.
This is “Map A” which sits in the middle map on the left edge.  Now I’m in a quandary as to what I should call the map above it!  Not to mention the odd ordering of my alphabet of the other maps.
Every section with a letter has been completed to a greater extent.  In the end, this set of game maps will represent an area of 15 x 8 miles or about 127 square miles.
I’ve also found additional sources for detail as well as a great tool for viewing high-resolution JP2s from the Library of Congress website (IrfanView).  I’ll be adding detail from them to the existing maps as I can.

Boy, it’s been a while since I last posted anything for The Devil’s Own Fun.  Not that I haven’t been working on it, but it’s taking a while to finish anything.

This is “Map A” which sits in the middle map on the left edge.  Now I’m in a quandary as to what I should call the map above it!  Not to mention the odd ordering of my alphabet of the other maps.

Every section with a letter has been completed to a greater extent.  In the end, this set of game maps will represent an area of 15 x 8 miles or about 127 square miles.

I’ve also found additional sources for detail as well as a great tool for viewing high-resolution JP2s from the Library of Congress website (IrfanView).  I’ll be adding detail from them to the existing maps as I can.



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