[cdt-l] Printing Jonathan Ley's Maps

yogi yogihikes at sbcglobal.net
Thu Dec 21 14:51:55 CST 2006

Since it seems like you can identify the
forested/non-forested areas on the B/W version, but
NOT the differece between the red and purple routes
......... you could always print in B/W, then take a
highlighter and highlight the red and purple routes


--- Gary Wright <at2002 at mac.com> wrote:

> On Dec 21, 2006, at 3:23 PM, Mike DiLorenzo wrote:
> > Printing the maps in full color is useful as the
> color is used to  
> > identify forested and non-forested areas.
> > This can be a real help when attempting to figure
> out where you are  
> > in relation to the terrain.  It really
> > helps identify features such as where tree line
> begins/ends.
> That information isn't lost on the black and white
> maps.  The green  
> forested areas print as grey on the black and white
> maps.  It is more  
> difficult to see than the color version, but it is
> possible.  The PCT  
> guidebook maps are like that.
> It isn't possible to tell the difference between
> Jonathan's alternate  
> routes and the primary route in the black and white
> version.  The  
> 11x17 version is much nicer to read though than the
> 8.5x11 version  
> (in B&W or color).
> Gary Wright (Radar)
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