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... you know, those 8x10 (ish) sized (to fit in a tank bag with a clear map pocket), spiral bound, where maps on each page overlap by a bit to the next page, and have blown up city centres as their page or pages. Not laminated, but thicker pages to stand up to some abuse.

I have seen them a long time ago and there were ones for each province. I see them once in a while at a gas station or travel centre, but they are only for the area where the station is located, and pretty skimpy with details. I'm looking for a few from Ontario heading East and even into the North East States.

For some strange reason, I can't find what I'm looking for when searching on line. Anybody have a good source?

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If you have a smartphone, there is a great Rand McNally Atlas app as well.
 

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I do have the TomTom Rider GPS, but I'm looking for hard copies to mark on and look for alternate routes.

I'll keep looking, but it was Rand McNally that I was looking for... Those were the ones I recall from a long time ago (before car GPS's were affordable). Thanks.
 

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Picked up the latest ontario back roads one last summer at thelocal crappy tire. Seen them at home hardware stores too. Good books, lot more detail in the latest version..
 
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