We have updated our two Arboretum walk maps, and digital copies are available here at the blog (in this posting and at the Maps tab above). A new printing of the maps will happen in the future, but for now only old versions of the walk maps are available on paper at the Arboretum kiosk.
For the time being, you can print the new maps yourself – legal size or tabloid. The latter, in color, costs a few bucks at a copy shop.
We added a few species of trees, replaced a few markers, placed the markers in Glen Echo Park, removed a few (now dead) trees from the routes, and added some additional information to each map; the color of the tree symbol indicates if it is newly planted or mature, and the orientation of the symbol shows which direction the tree can be found from the walk.
Please contact John Krygier (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any additional corrections or comments on the maps.
Until next time!
Hi! I was just checking out your maps and noticed the Glen Echo Walk map image is not linked to its larger version. If anyone is interested the large image is located here: https://lowerolentangyurbanarboretum.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/louamap_longmap_legal.png
Hey, thanks for catching the link problem: I just fixed it (I think). John K.
Hey John, looks like it still does not link to the large image.
In the wordpress backend open “all posts”, then click edit on this pages post. When you mouse over the Glen Echo Walk image there should be two buttons that appear in the top left corner of the image, click the “edit image” button. A new window will open, towards the botton is a “Link URL” field, here is where you put https://lowerolentangyurbanarboretum.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/louamap_longmap_legal.png
I can also stop by and fix it sometime. Daria, Freddie and I are still in the neighborhood ;)
Reload the page.. Just tried from my phone & it worked…