Hi Dean, I have no problem with adding additional sites. However, I will need a precise GPS location AND a precise text description for any site you want me to add. Regarding "opening up the resource" I'm not sure what you mean. If you mean posting the link on various web sites, I personally do not have a problem but there were a few people out there circa 2002 that got nervous when Tom Polakis posted a few sites publically, i.e., where anyone on the internet could easily find them. Those people were afraid, if I recall correctly, that bad guys would drive out to the sites and steal their telescopes or something like that. So that is why I published the link only on the EVAC, SAC, and AZ-Observing lists. I don't want anything done to cause me to have to take down the map. Thanks, Howard http://www.astroshow.com http://www.azcendant.com http://www.shastadaylight.com ketelsen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: >Hi Howard- > >I like it! What I would like is a state-wide guide for those of us who "get >around" so to speak. So a single source like this from the Chiricahuas in the >SE to Lippan Point and Cape Royal at the Canyon would be great! Most all clubs >get occasonal requests from visitors that are traveling through the area >looking for prime spots. What is the feeling of adding more and opening up the >resource to the other clubs or traveling astronomers? Of course, some sites >like the new TAAA Chiricahua Astronomy Complex is behind a gate and entry needs >to be coordinated, but I think a statewide resource would be invaluable to >all. >In fact a lot of sites are like that - the picnic area on Kitt Peak is >reservable for a nominal fee and is a fantastic site with flush toilets and >paved road to the 6500 elevation site. What do you think? > >-Dean > > > > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.