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Offline Chanter

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recent longwave logs
« on: February 15, 2013, 0854 UTC »
As I've said before, just when I despair of ever finding a new beacon, up pop a few to restore my faith in a night-to-night variable band.  :)  I really need to get a map of nearby states and provinces, detailed enough to list small towns and cities, for the purpose of sticking pins in heard locations.  Does such an animal exist, I wonder?  

417, 02/09, 0450Z - IY, Chukk - Charles City, Iowa  
281, 02/13, 0703Z - DMO, Sidalia, Missouri  
332, 02/15, 0727Z - FFL, Fairfield, Iowa  
274, 02/15, 0736Z - YPM, Pikangikum, Ontario  

Edited to add: Aaaaand one more. 

300, 02/15, 1122Z - YOG, Ogoki Post, Ontario 
« Last Edit: February 15, 2013, 1128 UTC by Chanter »
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Offline Rockpicker

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Re: recent longwave logs
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2013, 0654 UTC »
I would recommend Raven Maps. www.ravenmaps.com
Not because I have any interest in them other than I own 3 laminated wall maps they publish.  
- absolutely gorgeous - I suppose if you happen appreciate maps like I do anyway - nice website as well-

Here is a pic of the Montana map hanging on the wall in front of me now, 41"x65"  1"= 9.5 miles topographical w/ all primary roads
and every town in Montana.
Central Montana
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