It's interesting to click on someone else's toporoute links. You don't know where you are, so you keep zooming out until you recognize the region. First, I guessed Wisconson or Minnesota (I didn't see your Location under your avatar), then finally saw the state names on the large map.
toporoute can't mark the turns, or give the route a title, but it is fast to use. It's a game to see just how far ahead you can click on the road and have it follow your intended route, instead of detouring to a major road.
Here's my route to the Stonelick covered bridge tomorrow:
See the elevation button--there's no sudden drop and climb at the 3 mile mark, just missing elevation data.
It doesn't show out-and-back routes very clearly.
Last edited by rm -rf; 06-09-07 at 09:54 PM.