Holy crap, it’s the return of the Friday Map!
For those of you who have been coming here for a few years, I used to put up a map every Friday. Well, hopefully it is back.
This week brings us Kernaught’s Well, a small cave complex with some man-made and man-modified chambers and access to a natural water source. Kernaught’s Well is situated near the sea, but in an area with a severe lack of fresh water, making it a key tactical holding because the well at the back of the caves is deep and holds a seemingly endless supply of fresh water (it taps down into a local aquifer beneath the level that local surface wells can reach).
The map for Kernaught’s Well was drawn in a single draft using a 0.5mm Gel Pen in my plain-paper dollar store mapping notebook. I particularly like this map because of the smaller details, the debris, mix of natural and artificial structures, and the crosshatching fill even turned out better than normal.