Interesting, the one of home has got to be about 2 years old. All the streets by the lake are now full of houses.
Don | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 5:24 pm | #
It’s Google Maps new feature. It’s amazing and will suck you in if you’re not careful.
Rusty | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 5:35 pm | #
john fowles | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 5:43 pm | #
It looks like you lived close to me in one of those Provo apartments. It looks from the photo like it is near either first or second north and approx. fourth east.
My wife and I lived at 64 N. 400 E. when our first daughter was born.
john fowles | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 5:50 pm | #
Did you get those shots of Guatamala on Google Maps too? I didn’t think they had that kind of resolution for stuff outside the U.S.
NFlanders | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 5:57 pm | #
Yeah, it’s hit or miss though. What’s funny is that there is better resolution for Guatemala than there is of south Brooklyn.
When were you there? We lived on 100 N. between 4th & 5th for the winter semester of 2001.
Rusty | Email | Homepage | 04.08.05 – 6:19 pm | #
Wow! That’s right around the corner from where we lived; however, we moved in during July of 2001 (to start law school at BYU). But I do think we would have been in the same ward.
john fowles | Email | Homepage | 04.09.05 – 12:45 am | #
Hey, they put in a new road by the Mt. Timp temple. That’s cool.
Kim Siever | Email | Homepage | 04.09.05 – 1:07 am | #
Rusty, wasn’t there a stop in Sunset Park? As I recall, it was a quite forgetable (or memorable, depending on your perspective).
Chris Williams | Email | Homepage | 04.13.05 – 9:59 pm | #
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