Project of the week/2010/Jul 04

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This week's project: On Your Way To Girona

State of the Map is next weekend, and many of you are making your way towards the beautiful Spanish weather right now. So that is the Project of the Week. Map your travel to Girona. Make sure the airports, railways and highways that you'll take to Girona are on the map. Where is the taxi stand for the local taxi company that will take you to the airport? How about the cobbler who repaired your favourite hiking boots? Is that shop on the map?

But Project of the Week isn't just for those of you fortunate enough to be meeting with so many other interesting mappers from distant lands and varied backgrounds. Even if you aren't coming to Griona, how would you get there? Is this the opportunity that you were waiting for to map your local soaring club, cycle path or skateboard park? If you imagine that you would travel to Girona by pogo-stick, is the pogo-stick shop on the map? Would you canoe or kayak to Spain? Put your favourite pier and portage on the map.