Thu 13 Sep, 2012 11:00 pm
I'm used to some pretty good maps - maps of states and countries, often printed on big and good pieces of paper.
I'm also very familiar with Thomas Guide books in California. The map book I have here in Albuquerque is a (so sorry) complete joke. No sense re navigating the pages.
This brings me to gas station maps. Do they exist anymore? Are there any for New Mexico or segments of New Mexico?
What's a gas station?
They used to be free from the major oil marketers. Now some of the attached convienence stores still have maps for sale. Problem seems to be putting a city the size of Albuquerque on a single page. It can be done, but you need a magnifying glass to read them.
You can get them from the local Walgreens on Coors. I have a couple of them that I frequently use.
Hmm. They didn't have them when I first moved here, or I somehow missed seeing them.. I remember looking in several stores. I wouldn't put it passed me to miss them though.