sry, folks, but i don't know how to make the map any smaller.oh well, no matter. and it is a bit misleading...i mean canada, for example--very big. russia--very, VERY big (it was still the U.S.S.R. when i was there--should it be even bigger on my map here, even though i was only in Leningrad, since this colors in the entire country, even if you were only in one little part of it? hmmm...)
Wow - you have been a lot of places indeed!
What a neat link! I went off and made my own maps right away. Thanks.If you go to my blog, The Digital Knitter, you can see that I resized the maps. The way I did this was to use the "Upload Image" function that's on the bar in compose or edit mode on blogger. Instead of copying the html that the map site provides, you enter just the URL into the box for using a Web image. Then you click select the position and size you want and click to upload the image.If this explanation isn't clear after you try it, let me know and I'll put it more step by step. I don't think you'll have a problem, though.Thanks again. What fun!Mary the Digital Knitter
I just started reading Melissa Faye Greene's newest book and was startled to be reminded again how big our world is...how little I know.. how little I am aware of.... and STILL hahahaha I thought I was pretty well traveled BEFORE I did the map! After doing the map I'm reminded how big our world is again!! Am grateful I have at least a few more good traveling years left in me:) ~ susana
your so cool
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