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Paul Magnanti pmags at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 24 17:00:08 CDT 2008

 >.Some details on Jonathan's maps are hard to read when printed on regular 
>>sized paper. So we carried a small magnifying glass to aid us see details of 
>>the contours and other information. 
I was going to suggest something similar to that idea

A basic $15-20 compass with a magnifying glass would serve that niche well. You need a compass right? And if you plan on taking
a magnifying glass, why not have it built into the compass you plan on navigating with your maps? 


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caught, a portion of the rainbow I have clutched

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