On Wednesday it suddenly struck me, when I was looking at the photograph I'd taken of the photograph of the Ladies of Linden, that I don't need to send the map to the blog. I can just snap a picture of the computer screen with the map on it, the same as I've been doing with the crude roadmaps on which I draw the lines with magic marker.
Incidentally, Archimedes, the ancient Greek pioneer of math and physics, was said to have been getting into the bathtub one day when he noticed that his body displaced the water, making it rise. This helped him to suddenly understand something having to do with density. So he got out of the tub and ran around the town naked, yelling "Eureka!" which means "I have found it." Naturally people didn't know what he thought he had found, although they knew it wasn't his toga.
With Linden's own history of their men "taking a walk on the wild side," so to speak, I thought better of running around naked and yelling, lest the locals think their village was becoming a mecca for kinkiness. Or they might have thought I was a crazed vacuum cleaner salesman without a peddler's permit.