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Mark Christianson

2003 aerial photos, you want some?

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Mark Christianson

There is a web site that you can download 2003 aerial photos of your favorite spot in MN. ANYWHERE in MN!
I have been looking for this forever.
Fire me an email(mark_christianson@cnt.com), and I will send you a link to the download and a link to some freeware you need to view the files. The downloads for the photos are large, so if you dont have a highspeed internet connection, you will painfully wait, and wait, and wait........

No, I have no vested interest in this, except that I am a hunter/fisher looking for cool stuff for free on the internet, and NO I WILL NOT HELP YOU DEBUG PROBLEMS. I have sent this to friends, and its not a big deal.

From Rick:
work for the state with the agency that was responsible for making these available. They are very big files, but here they are:
http://www.lmic.state.mn.us/chouse/naip03mrsid.html
To view them, check out the link below. I use GIS software, so I'm not sure how well the free viewers work. Enjoy!

http://www.lmic.state.mn.us/chouse/mrsid_help.html

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 04-22-2004).]

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tex22

I would like to see that link. Could you email it to me ufoundtex@comcast.net?

Thanks
Tex

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g man46

ggavin@astound.net
Thanks.

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Mark Christianson

You guys have mail

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irvingdog

irvingdog1@yahoo.com.

Thanks!

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Sand Burr

PLease send Big Lake

sk_design at ncis dot com

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fivebucks

Send link to me also and thanks!
mheitz at lakestatecoin.com

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Gissert

I'd like to see this, thanks.

worum_chuck@mesaba.com

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BLACKJACK

I'd like to see it.

jrlola at tds dot net

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Mark Christianson

Mail for all of you.

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Mark Christianson

Let me know if its working for you guys.

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Crusher

Please send link to b.j.beltz at att.net
Thanks,

Crusher

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Riptide

Please send link to Rip027@aol.com. I also emailed you just in case. Thanks Riptide.

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wallygators

Please send link to hunterman40@hotmail.com

Thanks in advance

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Mark Christianson

You have mail guys.

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Evenflow

I'd like to check it out.

erik_hromatka@hotmail.com

Thanks...

Evenflow

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Muskieguy

I am interested too..

jason_latzke@yahoo.com

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Mark Christianson

Its in the mail.

Either everyone has failed to get it to work, or everyone is so busy downloading counties, that you don't have a chance to let me know what you think.

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Mark Christianson

I just got confirmation from marine_man, and he said it rocks!

Cool.
Did I mention these are all in color and resolution is great?

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LundExplorer

Please send me the link!!

Thanks!

tom.larson@atk.com

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BDR

Very interested!!

Thanks,

763charly6@msn.com

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redhead77

Rhett_Yeo@hotmail.com
That would be great.

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Big Cleo

Is there a Wisconsin equivalent to that web site?

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Polar Bear

Please send the link to me too. Thanks
barryjyl@madtelco.net

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bobbersgone

please send the link to me also

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