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Wow. Could they possibly make it any more confusing?
Yes, because it is obvious to everyone where that boundary is, I mean you can just go to the A-S website and find a map that clearly shows the boundaries of A-S...oh wait...you can't. But their closure map will clearly identify the closure boundaries...except their map for this closure has almost no points of reference whatsover...so...that sucks...butchumley wrote:Nonot, I think you're making it more confusing that it naturally is. While I think your description is mostly accurate, it's a lot easier to just say "the boundary between the A-SNF and the Coconino NF" (A-S is closed, Coconino is still open).
What a cool feature!! The capabilities of this site never cease to amaze me! :thanx:joe bartels wrote:for anyone ever in need of finding boundaries you can type names of forest/wilderness/nps into the search box on MapDEX and find them