That's basically what my USGS 24k Legacy Topo is.
I think you're talking about Sim Place. Good question as to how old that is. It shows on the 1995 aerials
Also on the 1980's aerials
But all we have from the 1970's is the wetlands and tidelands imagery (which were shot as a requirement of wetlands protection legislation) and they don't go that far inland. Then there's a big gap in publicly-available imagery until the 1930's, and there is no lake shown at that time.
Interestingly, the 24k topo does not show it either. That is near the junction of four quadrangles that were all updated at different times, no doubt.
Also check out map sync - two maps move in tandem so you can compare features. For example, here's the new USGS topo and the 1980's aerials together. But you can choose any maps you want from the two menus.
So awesome. I wish i was still able to go down there and explore some more using your maps
Oh wow! I used to hike Tumamoc Hill all the time. I'd link to a video i took going up it but alas it has disappeared from Utube! Let me see what else your map covers...I had no idea you'd map this part of the world too!I do Tucson too, although there are fewer choices of maps
The main boydsmaps app even has high-resolution 3d aerials
I was thinking of visiting Tuscon, Pan. What do you do there? Do you work, are you in a retirement community? Where do you do in your down time?
How come u r mapping Arzona?
You make maps professionally then, Boyd?
So, if I my site has maps of the Pine Barrens, that would make me an "amateur"? But if I have maps of the world, then I'm a "professional"? I don't follow your logic there!
I retired from my "profession" in 2011, which was theatrical design, technology and management. Some of my scenic designs are still out there, Minnesota Opera just used my set for "Daughter of the Regiment". Not so interested in that today, all my time is spent writing code and making maps now. Some day I'd like to find a way to make a few bucks at it, but no rush.
I worked for the Arizona Opera Co. for ten years after retiring from my day job in NY.
Arizona Opera used this same set in 2015, plus a couple of my others going back to 1996! You never know what lies ahead in life's road. A week ago I heard from a friend with a long, very successful career managing opera companies. Now he's a ranger at Everglades National Park!
Do you think this statement is true?
"The illegal use of off-road vehicles has cut wide swaths of damage into the ecologically sensitive region."
Here, in a Jackson Hole rag, is proof in the very first photo.
... I have the full suite of maps from Mapbox and HERE - they cover the entire world. HERE is the company that provides Garmin's map data...