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Discussion: Blue mountain

in: bbrooke; bbrooke > 2020-08-01

Aug 3, 2020 11:38 PM # 
Guisborough1:
That looks tough. Blue mountain was way more runnable and fast. Was that 1:10,000?
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Aug 4, 2020 12:08 AM # 
bbrooke:
The Lake George map is 1:10,000. The woods were nice (pine forest similar to Blue Mountain) -- but given the steepness in some places, the ~8,000' elevation, and my fitness level right now, I was on the struggle bus.

I'm definitely planning to go back soon for the other two Lake George loops, and the third loop at Blue Mountain.
Aug 4, 2020 12:59 PM # 
coach:
Is there any way around Lake George without lots and lots of climbing??
I miss that place.
Aug 4, 2020 3:04 PM # 
jjcote:
I miss all those places.
Aug 5, 2020 12:44 AM # 
bbrooke:
J-J, did you make any of these maps? I can see the bottom of a Blue Star Komplex logo on one of them, but the other details are cut off.
Aug 5, 2020 2:15 AM # 
jjcote:
I drafted most of them. Florissant, Blue Mountain, Round Mountain... hmm. Not Saylor, not Manitou, not the one across the street from Manitou (I've never been on that one). Lake George I didn't draft originally, but I think I either redrafted it or was involved with converting it from a different CAD program into 0CAD. Is that everything out that way? I didn't have anything to do with the maps in Buena Vista. I think I did redrafting or something for Fox Run and Black Forest, and maybe also that one in the center of town that I forget what it's called... Palmer Park?. Maybe the one at the Academy as well? And some tiny place that Steve Willman and I fieldchecked that I also forget the name of, close to town and triangular. Anything else around Colorado Springs I don't think I was involved with.
Aug 6, 2020 4:51 AM # 
bbrooke:
That's a lot of maps -- all good ones. :-)
Aug 6, 2020 12:37 PM # 
jjcote:
Mostly good ones. I was never all that excited about Palmer Park. And the tiny triangular one was no great shakes. I don't know if it ever got used for orienteering, it was funded by some weird grant, I think. And I had to work with some municipal cartographer who was really skeptical about what we were doing.

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