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View Poll Results: What area should be covered by the Springfield sub-forum?
Greene County 3 17.65%
Greene, Christian, Webster, Polk, Dallas Counties 2 11.76%
Greene, Christian, Webster, Polk, Dallas, Taney, Stone Counties (+Branson and Table Rock Lake area) 14 82.35%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 17. You may not vote on this poll

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Unread 09-25-2007, 08:30 PM
Status: "Lake time is deducted from your age...;)" (set 26 days ago)
 
Location: Branson-Hollister-Kimberling City
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Does this help ya? The dark green line is I-44. Springfield is in Greene County, w/ Branson just about directly below in Taney County

What a great map, ShadowCaver! Where did you get it???
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Unread 09-25-2007, 09:02 PM
 
Location: MO Ozarkian in NE Hoosierana
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What a great map, ShadowCaver! Where did you get it???
sorry,,, don't recall - had it in my system from snaggin it from somewheres sometime in the past... Liked it too, kinda bare, w/o any roads [besides I-44/Route 66 ]. lol - I am addicted to maps, like you wouldn't believe... Yes, even much worse than you and state plates... btw, how is your collection?
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Unread 09-25-2007, 09:15 PM
 
Location: Woods of Missouri with many Critters
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sorry,,, don't recall - had it in my system from snaggin it from somewheres sometime in the past... Liked it too, kinda bare, w/o any roads [besides I-44/Route 66 ]. lol - I am addicted to maps, like you wouldn't believe... Yes, even much worse than you and state plates... btw, how is your collection?
ShadowCaver: We have a great collection of maps. My family and I have been collecting them for many years and will stop at littles stores in small towns and beg or buy them. I even have maps of Missouri going Waaaayyy back . Also, I like older Plat Books of many counties and topos.

Reading material also includes many books about cartographers and history of such. Have a great book given to me by our oldest son, he is such a dear, "Mapping the World" an illustrated History of Cartography. Haven't finished it as of yet. Too busy with a book that I borrowed from him. Besides being a numismatist, I guess history of maps would be my second love. Whoops, is this off the subject here? Sorry.
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Unread 09-25-2007, 09:25 PM
Status: "Lake time is deducted from your age...;)" (set 26 days ago)
 
Location: Branson-Hollister-Kimberling City
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Originally Posted by ShadowCaver View Post
sorry,,, don't recall - had it in my system from snaggin it from somewheres sometime in the past... Liked it too, kinda bare, w/o any roads [besides I-44/Route 66 ]. lol - I am addicted to maps, like you wouldn't believe... Yes, even much worse than you and state plates... btw, how is your collection?
My "collection" is very small...I only started asking a couple of months ago! Lots of people want to save their old license plates...or they had to give them back!

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ShadowCaver: We have a great collection of maps. My family and I have been collecting them for many years and will stop at littles stores in small towns and beg or buy them. I even have maps of Missouri going Waaaayyy back . Also, I like older Plat Books of many counties and topos.

Reading material also includes many books about cartographers and history of such. Have a great book given to me by our oldest son, he is such a dear, "Mapping the World" an illustrated History of Cartography. Haven't finished it as of yet. Too busy with a book that I borrowed from him. Besides being a numismatist, I guess history of maps would be my second love. Whoops, is this off the subject here? Sorry.
Numismatist...yea, me too...gold ones!
I love maps...but I'm always giving them away. I pick up maps everywhere I go!
My other collection is post cards. I've got post cards that were sent to my parents when they were young...post cards from all over the world. I started collecting them when I was in my 20's.
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Unread 09-25-2007, 10:49 PM
 
Location: Still in the same spot...
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Made it here to the "polling place" just in time to cast my vote for #3! The first two options are geographically too confining. What a good idea to start the Springfield-Branson sub-forum!
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