Off topic warning, no Apple content involved. I’m here because this community knows more than I do
I’m planning a vacation in South Carolina, where I have never visited. I read lots of blogs and random travel websites. They’re chock full of good ideas and pictures. My challenge I don’t know where all these things are. I’m currently creating a google doc, but it’s killing me. I can’t see if any of the hiking I’ve made notes on (Jones Gap, Rainbow Falls) is close to anything else we might be interested in.
Effectively I want a notetaking app built on top of Google/Apple Maps. Does this is exist or will I spend the next month toiling away in google docs?
RoadTrippers - wow $40/yr (Canadian) for a subscription. I could roll this by hand at that price
Mapstr - iPhone only, I’m old enough to prefer a bigger screen
Google maps/my maps that was what I needed I just couldn’t find it on my own. I’m giving google more of my personal data.
FWIW The obsidian plugin with am embedded map view was in second place. However just searching by name and adding is easier.
@KirkS I do see that Rainbow Falls is in NC. Curiously the source I was reading for waterfalls: 14 Stunning Waterfalls In South Carolina - Southern Trippers Suggests it’s only 45 min from Greenville and another source said it was near Jones Gap state park. Clearly either they’re in error or referring to another set of falls. Be careful if you give any more advice a hoard of Canadians may descend into your neighbourhood.
The U.S. Board on Geographic Names says there are 28 places called Rainbow Falls in the U.S. (using “exact match”), including a populated place in Sumter County, SC, a falls in Greenville County, SC, a populated place in Aiken County SC, a falls in Transylvania County, NC, and a falls in Rutherford County, NC.