chac wrote:You have documented a lot of "not boring" cave.
normrogers wrote:You print 1000 copies, then find new cave, and your books are out-dated. When using a site like createspace, if you need to update the book, just upload a new file and it's ready for print in about 12 hours. You can order one book, or you can order as many as you need. Pretty cool option.
Cavemud wrote:You should NEVER publish a thing, that includes a picture, without the landowner's consent!!!
I'm actually working on a MAR bulletin for Mifflin County in central PA. There was a caves of the county bulletin published in 1981 and it is outdated. I am AMAZED at the number of landowners who know nothing of their caves being in a publication! They are NOT very happy about it and have closed their caves to cavers because of it. Thanks to the cavers involved!!!
Foxy.Ferguson wrote:You definitely should publish! At least in a PDF submitted to the NSS Office, and let them deal with reproduction of your PDF and sales to NSS members, if desired. It's data, son, and one of the purposes of this organization is collection of DATA on CAVES! You may even find yourself being named a Fellow of the Society for that, who knows?
NZcaver wrote:Catchy description, but which Adams county is this - Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Nebraska, Colorado, Washington...? I'm guessing Ohio?
driggs wrote:And now comes the most frustrating part: Expect a half-dozen people to crawl out of the woodwork with corrections, submissions of new caves, and maps that they "forgot" were stuffed away in a cabinet somewhere. You can get started writing the 2nd edition right away...
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