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Forest and Big Marine updated on Google Earth

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FYI, the images of Forest and Big Marine are from sometime early '07 before the snow.

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You are incorrect sir.

The photo is actually from Feb 2005.

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Most are atleast a few years old, still a cool program.

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Eh? The "Mansion" on 1st is there, and the shape of the little track on the north side of first matches what was there this year.

Pretty sure it is from early this winter.

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You are incorrect sir.

The photo is actually from Feb 2005.


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The "Mansion" on 1st has been there for a couple of years now. If you look at the photo over by Willow point, you'll notice that the giant house they started building early last fall is not there.

Notice the large oval track on the north side of second lake. That is from the Wilke fishing contest that has not been held for the last two years.

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I haven't owned the car that is in my driveway (according to Google Earth) for over two years!

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Ah ha, you are correct.

When was the mansion burned down? I thought that was fall of 2005?

Tim

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