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Alongside Field Notes’ Spring release, the “Mile Marker” Edition, a 3-Pack of Memo Books celebrating America’s Dwight D. Eisenhower System of Interstate and Defense Highways, they offer the companion to “Mile Marker” is an old-school gas-station-style, difficult-to-refold-properly, Field Notes National Highway Map. These are available for purchase now, and no self-respecting glove compartment should be without one.
This handy 3.5” x 8” map unfolds to 36” x 24.5”. One side features a large, colorful diagram of the continental Interstate System, designed exclusively for Field Notes by Mr. Cameron Booth of Portland, Oregon (2117 driving miles from HQ in Chicago BTW), who implemented a beautiful and thoughtful data design scheme for this project.
The reverse side features 28 panels completely jammed with useful, sorta useful, and some fun-but-not-at-all-useful information. The Map includes a history of the Interstate System, an essential Citizens’ Band radio glossary, mile marker and exit numbering conventions, national traffic control sign design guidelines, a classic “License Plate Game” scorecard, and tons of other helpful and/or arcane information guaranteed to entertain, educate, and/or confuse you on your next big road trip.
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