What a great site! With a 2X zoom you can get from the end of the access
road to the start of the course we have been using the last few years ...
and in color too. Certainly shows how much of the area is under water at
the present time.
Thanks for the heads-up Glen.
on 3/5/01 10:26 AM, glen barrett at email@example.com wrote:
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> Subject: A View of your house
>>> Enter your address for a satellite view of
>>> your neighborhood... even down to house level. This is
>>> cool, but a little scary. >
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