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The new google maps moved my house about a quarter of a mile. According to the new map my house is now in the middle of a soybean field. My farmer is not going to like to have to work around it. ;DGliderJohn
I headed out to Mid Ohio one time using that method. It started getting cloudy in eastern Indiana, but I thought, "what the hey, It's not like this is the first time I've ever been to Mid Ohio, I'll just strike out in the general direction on these little back roads. About an hour and a half later, I finally found where I was. About 20 miles from where I started.. ;D
Bill, I doubt this will help, but it may help others a lot.****
Still prefer the "stop and ask a local" method of finding good roads . They are usually clueless , but at least it is fun to watch the gears whirring in their heads while figuring out the best route to a location not 20 miles from where they have spent all of their lives ;D Dusty
Bill, I doubt this will help, but it may help others a lot.Download the program called ITNconverter. A Google search will find it. That program was originally intended to convert routing file formats. Basically, convert Garmin to Google to Tom Tom to ........ But they added route editing features, and eventually route creation features. It allows you to create routes using a number of maps, roads, terrain, satellite, etc. Then you can export the routes to KML to sent to Google to share, or GPX for your Garmin, or whatever. It is so easy, it is worth looking into. But it may be lacking in POI features that you want, or something.
Wayne, I have referred your comment to a law firm to see if it's actionable. ;DOTOH, truth is a defense to defamation; you are right, as I haven't a clue how to do that ITNconverter thing ... but I will try. ;)Thanks, btw, to the suggestions of others for routes and for things to do and see. Does seem as if there is niche to filled. Not sure how profitable that might be, but I'd plunk down some lira for a serious, web-based, topographical trip planner. In the meantime, I'll look for that ITNconverter and see if I can make it do tricks.Bill
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