Ohio farms wrote:I noticed that too. Maybe he meant "pictures" instead of maps. Who knows?
I noticed too, and at first I also wondered if he meant the pictures. But the pictures have their own captions, and he definitely describes a map. I tried to read it with my eyes closed to visualize the map, but then I couldn't see the words.
So I slowly read it and tried to make a map in my mind. That didn't turn out great either.
I'm guessing this is one of those things where somebody in layout made a decision that there wasn't enough space, or someone else made a decision to place a last-minute ad, and the map got deleted. Someone should have gone back and made sure an edit didn't need to be made, too.
These things happen in publishing, and I can tell you no one feels worse than the editor and whoever made the mistake. But we live in a digital world and maybe the map could be posted here for us to see.
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