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New Port Richey 1.0

A quaint coastal town with plenty of sunshine and beautiful sunsets.

  1. ronrn

    ronrn Governor

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    ronrn submitted a new resource:

    New Port Richey - A quaint coastal town with plenty of sunshine and beautiful sunsets.

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  2. veija2

    veija2 Mayor

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    Genious! Great job on this map.

    I happen to be in the middle of moving to New Port Richey, BTW. What Kipate calls "backwater" is Florida wetland - essential to the eco-structure and therefore protected from development. It's quite lovely in a calming, marshy way. The view from my new condo (star, below) is gorgeous. Everything directly west and northwest of me past one street of canal homes is protected wetland.

    Beside, there's some great old Florida architecture in NPR. This will be a fun map to build on. Thanks.

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    I remember you mentioning this in another thread somewhere.
    Everyone wants a map of their home town.;) That was my first thought too, back when I downloaded XL the first time. Jax was my first map when the new map editor came out.
    Anyways, thought (hoped) you might like it.
    Wasn't sure if you used XXL or XL, took the chance.
    The lower elevations with the boxwoods are supposed to represent wetlands, just kinda estimated their locations from what I could interpret from the google map.
    Thanks a mil for the rating and nice compliment.:)
     

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