I did some reading online about an old abandoned mines in Ontario that were once sources of various radioactive materials. I had a day off, so I thought I would have my Geiger counter out and see if I could find an old silver mine crater is located between Bancroft and Cardiff miles from the nearest few small road. I had some rough latitude and longitude coordinates that I got off the old maps (pre-GPS days), which ended really helps at the end. In fact, I noticed on Google Earth where the nearest branch from the nearest road, and I stopped the car nearby. What looked like a small road on Google Earth was in fact the majority of ATV and snowmobile trail, which crossed the road where I parked my car. I just started Mon However, there soon several forks and turnoffs and I spent a few hours after various false change. Eventually I realized that my Android phone version of Google had navigating to it and I had to get to my place and give me a pretty good idea of where I was placed with respect to the right path. It was a good idea that I did it because I had to go much further than I originally thought. When the road became quite crusted with crushed stone in some places and some obvious mica containing multiple residues, I knew it must be in the correct space. I had a bird on my shoulder all the time, who kept whistling, but we did not attract attention, in fact we have not seen …
Weird Google Earth Part 1 This is a compilation of weird things found on Google Earth, including the area 51 to the nozzles in the parking lots enjoy! ps, I’ve always been a lot of people who want to coordinate, but unfortunately I do not earthmore Google, so I can do. However, if you go to Google and “strange things on Google Earth coordinates,” I promise you that your things, haha. Kris
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