Impending lawsuit…

Dear Editor,

I must inform you of my impending suit against the Reader.  My eyeballs strained so hard trying to read the map of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, (Oct. 8 issue) that they got hernias!  Seriously though, for those “older” people that read the Reader, a blown up map would have helped us see the trail. Thanks everyone. Hi Cameron.

Jim Corcoran
Sagle

 

Jim,

Yeah, that map was a bit small. We wanted to print one larger, but there wasn’t a high enough resolution available. You’re welcome to check out this link to see a blown up version of the map: http://www.pnt.org/maps/. Hope that helps us avoid an ocular lawsuit! Thanks for reading. [Ben Olson].

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