Unlike him, I did not enjoy doing this at all.
But I admit, not bad.
I lied, apparently, for I promised to post the coastline of Turkey before this ... but after working on this coastline for two and a half months, I decided I couldn't wait. It isn't even actually done - there are no labels for most of the regions. Like I said. Couldn't wait.
For what its worth, though. Perhaps in a week or so I'll label it and repost. In the meantime, please pardon the small flaws. They're created by mashing together the four file maps over which Norway spreads. You see, the largest convenient map to work on is 30 x 35 hexes ... and Norway is so long it doesn't conveniently fit even on two maps.
Sometime I might fix those too.
UPDATE: I've had a number who have asked me, on other map posts, what mapping program I use. None, in fact. This is all done on Microsoft Publisher, and it is all done by hand. The hexes are objects, and everything else is a straight line (albeit, very short straight lines).
The scale is 1:1,267,200, and the hexes are 1.045 inches by 0.91 inches (hexagons which all 60 degree angles are not, I found, square. The twenty mile diameter of each hexagon is across the flat, so from point to point they are 22.9 miles.