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Discussion: central park

in: PG; PG > 2011-05-17

May 18, 2011 12:06 AM # 
I remember a central park o map, but I don't think I have a copy any more. I'd certainly like to have one again.
May 18, 2011 3:00 AM # 
You can get one here

I am healthy. Cancer free put the post op has helped me gain a few. They'll be off by the Convention.
As for the GCPTH...check the "errata" page on the hunt sub-site.
They cut down the topiaries.
the bridge has lost it's sign.
But the biggest errors were not vetting the answers (in a rush to get it out.) 7 and 8 have one less "line"
And that red sign is the Essex House off in the distance. Must have been thick fog.
Foreigners, schools, and families are my main customers.
If anyone out there would like to become my main distributor, I would make a great deal and and you could take over selling them.Nevertheless, I am glad you enjoy it. for most non-orienteers, the new construction here and there really isn't an issue.
I am in LA writing music for a musical (a remake fo "the Brain That Wouldn't Die"...the 1962 cheezy b&w horror flick that will be a staged musical ( a la Little Shop of Horrors meets Young Frankenstein.) And doing what i wanted to do all that time I was drinking. There, I'm now "out" in the O community. 12 years sober (I wonder how many others?) and next stop...Grammys
See you all in Rochester. I shall attend to my Attack Point page soon. And tell Eric W that Frampton now lives in Nashville (lost everything in the flood) but we speak of Bjorn with fond reverence. You should see Carina Elgin's site (his daughter. I wrote an homage page

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