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Gotta love the Google and Bing maps satellite shots.

Holly frickin' cow!!!

Will share shots as soon as I figure out how to take screen shots with this old computer.

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On 3/29/2018 at 11:26 AM, Terry Dodge said:

Gotta love the Google and Bing maps satellite shots.

Holly frickin' cow!!!

Will share shots as soon as I figure out how to take screen shots with this old computer.

 

On PC    CNTRL + ALT + Prnt Screen

 

 

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Thanks Mark. I'll work on that.

In the mean time I have taken screen shots with my camera.

The first pic is just a clear shot of the landfill area.

2nd. pic shows points of interest I wish to discuss.

More pics to come

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Below is a closer shot of the landfill area and the trib which flows to Kilbuck Creek.

The trib drains in a north west direction thru the trees and along HWY 251 before draining into Kilbuck Creek

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And I'm sure you remember the many pics I have of that....

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Still, let us keep this pic in the back of our minds....

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Pretty crazy that it's so obvious even on Google maps and yet the EPA is having a hard time stopping it. Have you talked to Lee lately about it? What has he said in the past?

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